Joel Zemel reads from his book, Scapegoat.
Following is a list of upcoming events: readings, writing workshops and seminars, and so on. Unless specified otherwise, events happen in Nova Scotia, Canada. We strongly encourage you to check dates and times with hosting organizations as typos and sudden changes happen. Follow us on Twitter, @WFNS, to hear about these events and more day-to-day.
The Cultural Federations of Nova Scotia (CFNS) celebrates the holiday season with an open house. CFNS is the umbrella organization which oversees the shared-space infrastructure for eight individual non-profit federations, including, of course, the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia. All members of WFNS are welcome to attend for refreshments, a cash bar, and good cheer not only with your WFNS staff and Board, but also with members and staff of the other Federations! Please join us!
Onelight Theatre presents Tell it on the Mountain, an original re-telling of the Navity story featuring poetry by Clyde A. Wray and musical performed by Sanctified Brothers. The show runs from December 26 through to December 31. For scheduling and ticket information, please visit: http://www.onelighttheatre.com/.
Jeff Lemire reads from his latest graphic novel.
Dr. Patrick Milroy launches his new book, The Forest Tabernacle: Memoir of Catholicism, Jesus and a Sexual Assault during a Bicycle Tour followed by a reception and book signing. All are welcome.
Don Gayton reads from his latest work.
Diane Schoemperlen reads from her latest work.