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Thursday, May 5th 7:00 PM
Patrick Kyle launches DON'T COME IN HERE and Keith Jones launches SECRET TIMES
Friday, May 6th 7:00 PM
Gillian Sze and Alison Strumberger: Celebrating the Renga: the Launch of Redrafting Winter
Please join us as we celebrate the launch of Redrafting Winter, a collaborative poetry book written by Gillian Sze and Alison Strumberger. Inspired by the rengas written by P. K. Page and
Philip Stratford, Redrafting Winter was composed slowly over three years via snail mail sent from numerous cities around the world. Part memoir, part epistolary, and part poetry, Redrafting Winter documents the friendship of two young writers and pays homage to Montreal.
There will be readings, lively discussion, and wine.
Saturday, May 7th 10:00 AM
FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2016!
Wednesday, May 11th 7:00 PM
John Goldbach launches IT IS AN HONEST GHOST
From Kenya to Quebec, these wry and unconventional stories explore the different ways we're haunted.
Join author Montreal-based author John Goldbach as he launches, It is an Honest Ghost a collection of stories grappling the various ways we are haunted.
John Goldbach is the author of The Devil and the Detective, a novel, and Selected Blackouts, a collection of stories. He lives in Montreal.
Friday, May 13th 7:00 PM
Celebrate the Montreal launch of The Best Canadian Poetry in English, 2015 anthology launch
Celebrate the Montreal launch of The Best Canadian Poetry in English, 2015 anthology, edited by Jacob McArthur Mooney, Molly Peacock and Anita Lahey. The evening features readings by poets from the Best Canadian Poetry series, including Jeff Blackman, Laura Broadbent, Susan Elmslie, Kasia Juno and Carmine Starnino. Hosted by Best Canadian Poetry series managing editor Heather Wood.
Thursday, May 19th 7:00 PM
A Night of Poetry and Short Fiction--Double Book Launch with Sue MacLeod and Carole Glasser Langille.
Thursday, May 26th 7:00 PM
Chester Brown launches MARY WEPT OVER THE FEET OF JESUS
Friday, May 27th 7:00 PM
Catherine Leroux and Alice Petersen launch their newest books from Biblioasis!
Join Catherine Leroux and Alice Petersen for the launch of two new Biblioasis books this May. Catherine Leroux's Le mur mitoyen, winner of the France-Quebec Prize and the Quebec Bookseller's Prize, is now translated into English as The Party Wall. Alice Petersen's new collection of short fiction is Worldly Goods, following up on the success of All the Voices Cry, which won the Quebec Writers’ Federation Concordia University First Book Prize. Catherine lives and writes in Montreal, and Alice lives in Chelsea, QC.