November 13, 2010 7:30pm | Pages Books on Kensington | Calgary
These small, affordable, books are published in strictly limited editions and feature new and collaborative poetry by established and emerging poetic voices. The event will feature short readings by:
Oana Avasilichioaei is the 2010-2011 Markin-Flanagan writer in residence, and author of Abandon and feria: a poempark. Avasilichioaei will launch her new chapbook, SPELLES.
Natalie Simpson, is past editor of filling Station and author of Accrete or Crumble. Simpson will launch her new chapbook, SMASH SWIZZLE FIZZ.
Paul William Zits just completed his masters thesis at the University of Calgary in creative writing. His new chapbook is a poetic exploration of the language used around the Frog Lake Massacre. Zits will launch his new chapbook, MASSACRE STREET.
For more information contact Pages books or no press publisher derek beaulieu at email@example.com.