The Awards will be given out in Paul O’Regan Hall, Halifax Central Library, on Thursday, May 18 at 7:00 p.m.
I turned my back on writing, but it always ate at my conscience and slowly, poem by poem, story by story, crept back into my life.
The delicate balances we strike, the values or assumptions we base them on and the way any shift forces us to reevaluate.
Having characters on the brink lets us chart some significant and surprising changes, whatever the outcome.
The last few weeks have been gang busters for Atlantic Canadian authors, and we couldn’t be more proud. Here’s a quick round up
Biblioasis and Cormorant Press invite you to a launch of three new poetry titles at the Halifax Central Library. Robyn Sarah will be launching My Shoes Are Killing Me, M. Travis Lane will be launching Crossover and Zachariah Wells will be launching Sum. The event is co-sponsored by the Halifax Public Library, and the book table will be handled by Bookmark Halifax. Food and refreshments will be on hand.
The Freedom in American Songs
By Kathleen Winter
$19.95, paperback, 168 pp.
Biblioasis, September 2014