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2017 Frye Festival

The Frye Festival exists to feed imaginations, and to celebrate reading and writing by connecting authors with our bilingual community. Join us in Greater Moncton for the Frye Festival 2017, from April 22 to 29, a bilingual international festival of books, ideas and the imagination. Visit www.frye.ca for more information. Le Festival Frye existe pour en mettre plein la tête et pour célébrer la lecture et…

Frye Festival 2015

Jenn Grant, Caroline Savoie, Philippe B and Les Païens part of 2015 Frye Festival’s musical programming

(Moncton, NB, April 21, 2015) – As Atlantic Canada’s largest literary happening, the Frye Festival feeds imaginations and celebrates words through books and music. Talented singer-songwriters and musicians will share the stage with award-winning authors during entertaining evenings of music and readings. Soirée Frye (Friday, May 1, 7 p.m., théâtre l’Escaouette)  Soirée Frye is one of the Festival’s signature events and features readings by this year’s…

Frye Festival 2015

Moncton’s Frye Festival is looking for enthusiastic readers and aspiring writers

The 2015 Frye Festival will take place April 25 to May 3, but literary activities begin as early as October The festival is currently recruiting young writers and young readers who wish to participate in the largest literary event in Atlantic Canada. An invitation is extended to all high school students from New Brunswick to register for fall program activities: Frye Academy and the Provincial Writing…

Frye Festival

Canada’s only bilingual international literary festival will play host to more than 30 authors from Canada, Ireland, Egypt and England who will participate in 50 public events and nearly 140 school visits. This 15th year features Canadian literary heavyweights Ross King, Lynn Coady, Allan Stratton, Debra Komar, Linda Spalding, Gérard Bouchard and many others. Readings, jams, panel discussions, workshops, book clubs, book launches and many other events….

Pop & Frye with Debra Komar: What Makes a Murderer

What makes a murderer? What role, if any, should the accused’s character play in a court of law? Join Debra Komar, forensic anthropologist and award-winning author of Black River Road, for a look at how an historical case of murder in the Maritimes shows why treating character as evidence remains one of Canada’s most controversial legal issues. (Aberdeen Cultural Centre, 2nd floor)   Sponsored by the Frye Festival….