19 April 2006

Treeline 3

Check out Treeline 3, an online literary publication
constituting volume 6 of It’s Still Winter: A Web Journal of Contemporary Canadian Poetry and Poetics

produced by students in Northern Lights College CRWR 210
w/editorial & technical assistance from the Fort St John Poetics Research Group

Editorial Board: GP Lainsbury, David Ortynsky, Mary Stregger, Baylea Waldern

17 April 2006

BC Book Prizes Tour

Tuesday, April 18
7:00 pm

Four authors: John Wilson, Michael Kluckner, John Vaillant and Meredith Quartermain, who have been nominated as finalists for the prizes, will be at the Bob Harkins Branch.

The reading is free and open to the public. Books & Co will be on hand to sell books.

11 April 2006

Sue Wheeler and Barry Dempster

George Sipos is hosting a poetry reading at the Two Rivers Gallery at 7:30 on Wednesday April 26. The readers are Sue Wheeler, a well known writer, editor and teacher who lives on Lasqueti Island, and Barry Dempster from Ontario who has published many books and is a poetry editor with Brick Books.

In addition, we will be officially presenting Prince George poet Laisha Rosnau with the Acorn/Plantos award which she won earlier this year. Mounties and pipe band may be in attendance for this presentation. The reading, as usual, is free.

08 April 2006

Treeline 3

This is where it's at. The launch of Treeline 3. McKinnon and Belford to brave the Pine Pass and read. If you're not North enough, well that's just too bad.

03 April 2006

Go Norther

edited by hardy f and rob budde.

if you'd like a copy of this pdf e-mag write to rob budde.

in the 1st issue:

--rob budde
--denielle wiebe
--hardy f
--heather glasgow
--e-pulp: "PG Arts Manifesto 2" by rob budde
--Norther throwback: "In Solitude, I" by Ken Belford

submit if you like, northern writers (and no that does not mean northwest calgary or just north of finch – ya gotta be north of 50). send submissions of photos or writing to the culture mill

We are planning to collect the work of four writers every month.

“combine and shake well w- snow.serve in a warm wood-paneled basement.”