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Reading Out Loud

Jul 26, 2012
Halifax North Library
2285 Gottingen Street
Halifax , NS
Canada
44° 39' 14.22" N, 63° 35' 10.3416" W
Nova Scotia CA
Halifamous queers read from famous queer books.
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Writers at Woody Point

Aug 21, 2012 to Aug 26, 2012
Bonne Bay , NL
Canada
49° 30' 15.6276" N, 57° 55' 2.37" W
Newfoundland and Labrador CA
The festival opens with two chances to see Great Big Sea’s Alan Doyle, and features Richard Ford, Michael Ondaatje, Lisa Moore, Donna Morrissey, and more. Tickets starts at $10
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Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Arts

Aug 16, 2012 to Aug 19, 2012
Rockwood Centre
5511 Shorncliffe Ave.
Sechelt , BC
Canada
49° 28' 19.8516" N, 123° 45' 52.704" W
British Columbia CA
Join Canada's longest running summer gathering of Canadian writers and readers, featuring established literary stars and exciting, new voices.
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Leacock Summer Festival

Jul 16, 2012 to Jul 29, 2012
Leacock Museum
50 Museum Dr.
Orillia , ON
Canada
44° 36' 27.4788" N, 79° 23' 40.092" W
Ontario CA
Matthew Forsythe, Andrew Westoll, Rebecca Rosenblum, Mark Kingwell, Ken Babstock, and Cordelia Strube are among the authors who will make an appearance at this year's festival.
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Read by the Sea: Canada's best writers on Nova Scotia's north shore

Jul 21, 2012
Royal Canadian Legion Hall Gardens River John , NS
Canada
45° 45' 0.9504" N, 63° 3' 28.2564" W
Nova Scotia CA
Read by the Sea is run by a volunteer committee of book-lovers along the north shore of Nova Scotia from Pugwash to Pictou. Our mission is to bring fine writers and writing to our rural area.
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Book Launch with Darren Bifford & Chris Hutchinson in Toronto

Apr 28, 2012 to Apr 29, 2012
Type Books
883 Queen Street West
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 38' 44.1132" N, 79° 24' 41.4108" W
Ontario CA
Join authors Darren Bifford and Chris Hutchinson for a book launch at Type Books in Toronto. Celebrating A Brief History of the Short-Lived and Wedding in Fire Country.
Columnists
Nov 8, 2011

Dusan Petricic's Toronto

In 1993, when Dusan Petricic came to Toronto from Belgrade in what is now always called "the former Yugoslavia," he was generally seen as its leading political cartoonist.

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