Events Schedule

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Free
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Panel: Get Outside

In these pandemic times, we’re all looking for ways to spend time in the great outdoors. Authors Gina Rae La Cerva (Feasting Wild), Julia Zarankin (Field Notes from an Unintentional Birder), and Tørbjørn Ekelund ...

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Free
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The Memoir Hour: Helen Knott, David A. Robertson & Christa Couture

Three panelists with memoirs on incredible resilience, and finding your identity amid challenges of all kinds. Panelists include Helen Knott, David A. Robertson and Christa Couture.

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The Matrix Hotel

Let Us Compare Mythologies: Digital Tools for Poets

How do you harness the power of social media and other digital tools to reach a wider audience? What platforms should you invest your time in to engage with your audience? How can your ...

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The Nook Cafe

Multilingual Voices – Expanding the Can Lit Canon

The Polyglot will host a poetry reading and roundtable on the topic of including multilingual poetic voices in the CanLit canon. Their event will feature readings by ten local polyglot poets, whose work is ...

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Multicultural Heritage Centre

Here, There, and Everywhere: Outlying Voices

This event is free, but requires registration: https://outlyingvoices.eventbrite.ca Three poets with strong rural sensibilities (Thomas Trofimuk, Angela Kublik, and Leanne Myggland-Carter) will explore how the big, open spaces outside of urban areas complement and ...

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Old Arts Building @ University of Alberta

Expanding Horizons

What is the future of innovative poetry, and what role will our poetic practices play in shaping the future of culture and politics? In this panel discussion, hosted by Christine Stewart, four poets describe ...

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Edmonton City Hall

Writing Revolution in Place

We are the Writing Revolution in Place Creative Research Collective! Over the past six years we have worked around the city: Boyle Community Services, The Learning Centre at Abbotsfield, HIV Edmonton, Stanley Milner Library, University ...

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McLuhan House

The Polyglot: Multilingual Horizons

The Polyglot (www.thepolyglotmagazine.com) is a new Canadian biannual magazine devoted to publishing multilingual poetry and art. Our inaugural issue themed Crosswalks (Spring 2017) expands the horizons of what languages, poetry, and art can do. At ...