The Department of English presents: A READING BY CHRISTINE POUNTNEY The 2013-2014 Reynolds Atelier Visiting Artist Friday, Feb. 21st, 5pm ARTS 230
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Wednesday night’s scheduled reading by Robyn Sarah and Jack Hannan at Café Résonance has been postponed indefinitely. A literary reading will still take place at the venue that night (Wednesday February 12 at 9 p.m., Café Résonance, 5175a Avenue du Parc). The new lineup includes Kyl Chhatwal, Sarah Burgoyne, Will Vallieres, and Gabe Foreman.
Thursday, February 13 7 pm Argo Bookshop 1915 Ste. Catherine Ouest Precede your Valentine's Day at the Argo Bookshop with readings from prominent Canadian poet Stuart Ross and Christine Miscione reading from her fantastic debut collection of stories, Auxiliary Skins! Christine Miscione is a Canadian fiction writer. Her work has appeared in various Canadian publications, … Continue reading Reading in Montreal, February 13
FREE PUBLIC READING KEVIN BARRY Artist-in-Residence Department of English and the School of Canadian Irish Studies Monday, February 10, 2014, 6:30 pm Hall Building, 1455 de Maisonneuve West Room H-763 (7th Kevin Barry is the author of two short story collections, There Are Little Kingdoms (2007) and Dark Lies The Island (2012), and one novel, … Continue reading Public Reading – Kevin Barry
Ekstasis Editions cordially invites you to a triple reading/launch of Silence is a Healing Cave poems by Yolande Villemaire The Last Indian Summer by Robert Lalonde read by translator Jean-Paul Murray & Found in Translation edited by Antonio D’Alfonso at La Marche à côté, 5043, rue St-Denis (corner St-Joseph) Montreal, PQ from … Continue reading Montreal reading: Three titles from Ekstasis Editions
Café Résonance Reading Series 11 - Robyn Sarah and Jack Hannan Wednesday February 12th, 9 p.m. Café Résonance, 5175 ave du Parc http://www.resonancecafe.com/events.html
At the end of the month, Toronto poet David Seymour will be bringing his dazzling latest collection, For Display Purposes Only, to Montreal for the Atwater Poetry Project. Thursday, January 30, is your chance to see Seymour read from his book that the Globe and Mail calls 'equal parts moving and clever, often within the same poem,' and Cult MTL says 'doubles as … Continue reading For Display Purposes Only