HEADLIGHT ANTHOLOGY CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Headlight Anthology is now accepting submissions for Issue 18. Concordia students and alumni are encouraged to submit work in the following categories: Fiction (up to 3000 words) Poetry (up to five pages or five poems) Non-fiction (up to 3000 words) Visual Art (up to five images) Email submissions to headlightanthology@gmail.com in .doc or .docx format. Visual…… Continue reading HEADLIGHT ANTHOLOGY CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Angela Carr – Here in There

please join angela carr sunday evening in Montréal to celebrate the materialization of her most recent collection of poetry, Here in There.  she’s reading with Jacob Wren, who is also launching a new book this season, Polyamorous Love Song: http://www.poetryfoundation.org/harriet/2014/03/examining-art-in-a-larger-sense-jacob-wrens-polyamorous-love-song/ Where: Librairie Le Port de Tête, 262, av du Mont-Royal E When: Dimanche le 4 mai, 18…… Continue reading Angela Carr – Here in There

“A Roomful of Dwellings: the Antiquarian Books of the Jewish Public Library.”

Vernissage and Presentation Date:    Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Time:     7:30 PM Admission: $10; Members/students $5 Location:     Jewish Public Library Address:     5151 Côte Ste-Catherine “A Roomful of Dwellings: the Antiquarian Books of the Jewish Public Library.” The JPL’s collection includes over a thousand books dating between the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries. In 2012,…… Continue reading “A Roomful of Dwellings: the Antiquarian Books of the Jewish Public Library.”

Kim Zombik and Kate Wyatt at Resonance today

This Saturday January 25th at 4:30 PM Resonance Cafe’s Lyrical series presents original work by two members of the Kim Zombik Quartet, jazz singer Kim Zombik and longtime collaborator Kate Wyatt Described as “being a musical jewel”, Kim Zombik is a versatile singer of jazz standards, the blues, and funk music. She has shared the…… Continue reading Kim Zombik and Kate Wyatt at Resonance today

Indigenous Writers Read

Armand Garnet Ruffo will read at Concordia with a brief question and answer period and author book-signing to follow.   Armand Garnet Ruffo is one of the foremost scholars in First Nations literature and has edited a number of anthologies of First Nations writing, including Oxford Press’ An Anthology of Canadian Native Literature in English. Garnet…… Continue reading Indigenous Writers Read

Poets, Dancers Lullabyes and Holly This Weekend

This weekend Wired on Words presents a concert Saturday afternoon and a variety show Sunday night On Saturday December 14th at 4:30 the Lyrical series at Resonance presents jazz singer Lullabye Baxter. Admission is free but your contributions help us keep Lyrical performances alive. Resonance is at 5175a ave. du Parc. Then on Sunday December…… Continue reading Poets, Dancers Lullabyes and Holly This Weekend

Librairie Paragraphe Bookstore presents Bill Haugland

  Meet Bill Haugland, author of the new short story collection After It Rains (Vehicule Press), 6 p.m. Thursday December 5 at Librairie Paragraphe Bookstore. Bill Haugland, formerly CFCF-12 Pulse News anchorman, is well known to Montréalers. After It Rains, his first collection of short stories, gently probes the human psyche and deftly reveals our foibles. Admission to the event…… Continue reading Librairie Paragraphe Bookstore presents Bill Haugland