The Montreal Press Club presents an evening with 2014 Scotiabank Giller Prize winner, Sean Michaels, and nominees, Heather O’Neill and Arjun Basu, at the University Club at 2047 Rue Mansfield, Montreal, H3A 1Y7 on Tuesday, November 25 from 5 – 8 pm.
PWAC members are invited to attend.
RSVP REQUIRED: 514-288-0201, ext. 288.
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Join QWF for the 10th anniversary of the writing group Montreal Writes, which originally met at a QWF workshop and are still going strong.
From 6:30 to 7:00 pm, have a drink, sign up for the open mic session and at starting at 7:00, listen to readings by members of Montreal Writes. The open mic session, which will be hosted by poet and QWF member Larissa Andrusyshyn, will follow and readings will be between 5 and 8 minutes.
Come by, meet other members, and read some of your own work. You don’t have to be a QWF member to attend, so feel free to invite friends or colleagues that you think might want to know more about what we do.
Wednesday May 14, 201 at 6:30pm
5434, Cote St-Luc
Montreal, QC, H3X 2C5
We’d like to personally invite you to spend the weekend with us in Ottawa for Spur 2014: a five-city festival of politics, art and ideas, whose capital edition kicks off next week!
From May 8-10, Spur focuses on finding the signals that matter, cutting through the noise on topics ranging from the <> (with Paul Wells) to the difficulty of writing short stories (with Rivka Galchen).
Festival tickets start at just $10, so get yours online today!
Here are just a few of the highlights:
— Explore the carefully crafted language of politics, from “deficit” to “drone,” with Power and Politics’ Evan Solomon, Vancouver pollster/strategist Dimitri Pantazopoulos, theToronto Star’s Susan Delacourt and 2011 NDP National Campaign Director Brad Lavigne. Continue reading
This Friday, March 14th, mRb (Montreal Reviews of Books) will be having a launch party for their 43rd, spring 2014 issue.
The event will take place at 7pm at Drawn & Quarterly: 211 Bernard Ouest.
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On March 29, 2014, ELAN (English Language Arts Network) will be hosting a panel discussion on crowdfunding and the arts. The panel discussion will be followed by a Q&A with the audience.
The panel will take place at Studio XX (4001 Rue Berri, Suite 201, Sherbrooke metro).
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