Created: Thursday, 01 March 2018
Join us for a reading from shortlisted authors Adam Pottle, Mika Lafond, and Beth Goobie.
The Bus by Adam Pottle is shortlisted for two awards, the Regina Public Library Book of the Year Award and the Muslims for Peace and Justice Fiction Award. Mika Lafond’s debut book nipê wânînis shortlisted for the City of Saskatoon and Public Library Saskatoon Book Award. Breathing at Duskby Beth Goobie is also shortlisted for the Saskatoon Book Award along with the Saskatchewan Arts Board Poetry Award.
Live captioning will be provided by Saskatchewan Deaf and Hard of Hearing Society.
Don’t miss this opportunity to take in a reading from these incredible authors!
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