Apr
26
Wed
Carys Davies at inCite Reading Series with Vancouver Writers Fest @ Vancouver Public Library - Central Branch
Apr 26 @ 7:30 pm
Carys Davies launch The Redemption of Galen Pike at the inCite Reading Series.
Doors Open: 7:00 p.m.
Reading: 7:30 .m.
Vancouver Public Library – Central Branch (Alice MacKay Room)
Free and open to the public but let us know you’re coming.
Apr
28
Fri
Carys Davies & Terry Griggs @ Type Books
Apr 28 @ 7:00 pm
Carys Davies & Terry Griggs launch The Redemption of Galen Pike and The Discovery of Honey
*Free refreshments will be available*
Apr
29
Sat
Elise Levine at the CityLit Festival @ University of Baltimore
Apr 29 @ 12:00 am
Join Elise Levine (author of Blue Field) as she speaks on the the CityLight Festival panel “Dangerous Places: How Setting Becomes a Character in Fiction”
April 29, Time TBD
University of Baltimore’s William H. Thumel Sr. Business Center
11 West Mt Royal Ave., Baltimore, MD
Alexandra Oliver with A.M. Juster: Deft With A Dagger @ Newburyport Literary Festival
Apr 29 @ 10:00 am

Alexandra Oliver w/ A.M. Juster
Deft With A Dagger @ Newburyport Literary Festival

Saturday, April 29, 10:00 am
Central Congregational Church Social Hall
May
2
Tue
Carys Davies in Conversation with André Narbonne @ Biblioasis
May 2 @ 7:00 pm
Join Carys Davies as she launches her newest short story collection The Redemption of Galen Pike.
Dr. André Narbonne (author of Twelve Miles to Midnight, and You Were Here) will also conduct an interview with Carys Davies.
Doors Open: 6:30 p.m.
Reading: 7:00 p.m.
*Free Admission* *Refreshments* *Books for Sale*
May
9
Tue
Elise Levine & Terry Griggs @ Biblioasis
May 9 @ 7:00 pm
Elise Levine & Terry Griggs launch their newest novels Blue Field and The Discovery of Honey.
May 9th
Doors Open: 6:30 p.m.
Reading: 7:00 p.m.
*Free Admission* *Refreshments* *Books for Sale*
May
16
Tue
Elise Levine & Carys Davies @ Three Lives & Company Bookstore
May 16 @ 7:00 pm
Elise Levine & Carys Davies launch their newest books Blue Field and The Redemption of Galen Pike.
Terry Griggs & Molly Peacock @ Attic Books
May 16 @ 7:00 pm
Join Terry Griggs (The Discovery of Honey) and Molly Peacock (The Analyst) as they launch their books at Attic Books!
*Free Event
*Books for Sale
May
18
Thu
Carys Davies & Elise Levine @ Upshur Books
May 18 @ 7:00 pm
Join Carys Davies (Redemption of Galen Pike) & Elise Levine (Blue Field) at Upshur Books, May 18th.
*Free and open to the public
Jun
11
Sun
Diane Schoemperlen: Outdoor Reading & Launch @ Woodbridge Farm Writers' Retreat
Jun 11 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Our outdoor reading series starts up again in June, with three spectacular authors: Governor General’s Award winning novelist and Taylor Prize finalist Diane Schoemperlen, Windsor’s beloved poet laureate Marty Gervais, and Windsor-based author, poet, and publisher D.A. Lockhart.

In proud partnership with Biblioasis, we’re thrilled to announce that this event marks the national launch of First Things First: Selected Stories (Biblioasis ReSet Books), a beautifully designed reissue of Diane’s earliest and previously uncollected short fiction. The newly released paperback version of her acclaimed memoir, This Is Not My Life: A Memoir of Love, Prison, and Other Complications (HarperCollins Canada)—currently shortlisted for the prestigious $25,000 RBC Taylor Prize—will also be available for purchase and signing.

Marty Gervais and D.A. Lockhart, two members of “Windsor’s Group of Seven,” a crew of local poets and writers dedicated to telling “the forgotten stories of the city they call home,” will join Diane to share their latest work and enjoy a relaxed weekend afternoon on the lake.

This is a free event and book launch, with snacks and refreshments generously provided by Biblioasis. Books will be on sale.

ABOUT OUR AUTHORS

Born and raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Diane Schoemperlen is the Governor General’s Award winning author of twelve works of fiction and non-fiction, most recently the national bestselling memoir, This Is Not My Life (HarperCollins Canada), a current finalist for the $25,000 RBC Taylor Prize. First Things First: Selected Stories (Biblioasis), a gathering of her earliest and uncollected short stories, will be on sale in May 2017. Schoemperlen is a recipient of the Marian Engel Award from the Writers’ Trust of Canada. She joins us from her home in Kingston, Ontario, where she writes and blogs for Huffington Post Canada.

Marty Gervais is an award winning journalist, photographer, poet, playwright, historian, editor and teacher. In 1998, he won the prestigious Toronto’s Harbourfront Festival Prize for his contributions to Canadian letters and to emerging writers. In 1996, he was awarded the Milton Acorn People’s Poetry Award for his book, Tearing Into A Summer Day. He has twice won the City of Windsor Mayor’s Award for literature, and has been the recipient of nearly two dozen Ontario Newspaper Awards for journalism. His forthcoming nonfiction title, ‘The Disappeared: Five Days Walking the Five Towns,’ is forthcoming from Biblioasis this fall.

D.A. Lockhart lives in Windsor, ON. He holds a MFA in Creative Writing from Indiana University where he held a Neal-Marshall Fellowship in Fiction. He has received numerous grants from the Ontario Arts Council and Canada Council for the Arts for both his poetry and his fiction. His work has appeared throughout North America in journals such as Vinyl, Contemporary Verse 2, the Windsor Review, the Mackinaw, and the Sugar House Review. He is a member of the Moravian of the Thames First Nation.