2012-2013

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

CLC Brown Bag Lunch Reading with Todd Babiak

 

Time: 12 noon

Place: Student Lounge, Old Arts Building

Please join us for the second reading in our Brown Bag Lunch Series. Admission is free and there will be Door Prizes.

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

CLC Brown Bag Lunch Reading with Thomas Wharton

 

Time: 12 noon

Place: Student Lounge, Old Arts Building

Please join us for the first reading in our Brown Bag Lunch Series. Admission is free and there will be Door Prizes.

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

CLC Brown Bag Lunch Reading with Alice Major

 

Time: 12 noon

Place: Student Lounge, Old Arts Building

Please join us for the final reading in our Brown Bag Lunch Series. Admission is free and there will be Door Prizes.

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

CLC Brown Bag Lunch Reading with Marina Endicott


Time: 12 noon

Place: Student Lounge, Old Arts Building, University of Alberta

The public, students and University staff are cordially invited to attend this noon-hour reading, to share coffee, cookies and their thoughts with guest author Marina Endicott, and enter for a chance to win a fabulous door prize. The reading is informal, fun, educational and best of all free to attend.

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

LitFest/CLC Brown Bag Lunch with J.J. Lee and Madelaine Sonik

 

Time: 12 noon

Place: Student Lounge, Old Arts Building, University of Alberta

The public, students and University staff are cordially invited to attend this noon-hour reading, to share coffee, cookies and their thoughts with guest author Marina Endicott, and enter for a chance to win a fabulous door prize. The reading is informal, fun, educational and best of all free to attend.

 

 

 

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

CLC Brown Bag Lunch Reading with Timothy Taylor


Time: 12 noon

Place: Student Lounge, Old Arts Building, University of Alberta

The public, students and University staff are cordially invited to attend this noon-hour reading, to share coffee, cookies and their thoughts with guest author Timothy Taylor, and enter for a chance to win a fabulous door prize. The reading is informal, fun, educational and best of all free to attend.

Timothy Taylor‘s first novel, Stanley Park (Knopf Canada, 2001), was an immediate bestseller and a critical success. Taylor has since published a collection of short fiction, Silent Cruise (Knopf Canada, 2002), and a novel, Story House (Knopf Canada, 2006). His most recent novel is The Blue Light Project (Knopf Canada, 2011). Among his literary awards, Taylor lists the 2000 Journey Prize and nominations for the 2002 BC Book Awards, and the 2001 Giller Prize (shortlisted). Taylor’s work has been chosen as the 2003 One Book, One Vancouver Title, and named a finalist in CBC’s 2007 Canada Reads competition. Taylor is also a contributing editor to the Canadian narrative journalism magazine, Eighteen Bridges.

 

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

CLC Brown Bag Lunch Reading with Jocelyn Brown


Time: 12 noon

Place: Student Lounge, Old Arts Building, University of Alberta

The public, students and University staff are cordially invited to attend this noon-hour reading, to share coffee, cookies and their thoughts with guest author Jocelyn Brown, and enter for a chance to win a fabulous door prize. The reading is informal, fun, educational and best of all free to attend.

Jocelyn Brown‘s recent books — One Good Outfit (Mercury, 2000) and Mitochondrial Curiosities of Marcels 1-19 (Coach House, 2009) — blend brilliant wit, humour and good storytelling. Mitochondrial Curiosities, a young adult novel, has been enthusiastically reviewed across Canada and the United States, and hailed as “astonishing” and “wildly inventive.” Her articles and short stories have also been widely published, with the short story “Miss Canada” winning the Journey Prize in 2002, and she continues to work on shorter pieces, including a recent article for the Canadian narrative journalism magazine, Eighteen Bridges. Brown has begun work on a new novel, Mistakes and Improvements.

 

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

CLC Brown Bag Lunch Reading with Marilyn Dumont


Time: 12 noon

Place: Student Lounge, Old Arts Building, University of Alberta

The public, students and University staff are cordially invited to attend this noon-hour reading, to share coffee, cookies and their thoughts with guest author Marilyn Dumont, and enter for a chance to win a fabulous door prize. The reading is informal, fun, educational and best of all free to attend.

Marilyn Dumont‘s first poetry collection, A Really Good Brown Girl (Brick Books, 1996), now in its 11th printing, won the 1997 Gerald Lampert Memorial Award and remains a common course text in secondary and post-secondary institutions across Canada and the United States. Subsequent collections, namely Green Girl Dreams Mountains (Oolichan Books, 2001) and That Tongued Belonging (Kegedonce Press, 2007), have earned her the 2001 Stephan G. Stephansson Award, the 2007 Anshohk Aboriginal Poetry Book of the Year, and the 2007 McNally Robinson Aboriginal Book of the Year. Dumont recently published her first novella, entitled Stray Dog Moccasins (Ningwakwe Learning Press, 2009). She was the 2000-2001 U of A Writer-in-Residence in the Department of English and Film Studies.