November 29, 2010

Interruptions in Glass: Ball, Toone & Hamon

Please help Aqua Books, and two poets named Jo(h)n, welcome Regina poet Tracy Hamon to our fine city on Thursday, December 2. 

The evening begins at 7:00 p. m.

Tracy Hamon is currently the Program Officer for the Saskatchewan Writers Guild.  Her poetry has appeared in numerous Canadian literary magazines including Grain, Wascana Review, A Room of One's Own, sub-TERRAIN, and Event as well as numerous anthologies. 

Her first book of poetry This Is Not Eden was released in 2005 and was a finalist for 2 Saskatchewan Book Awards. 
Portions of Interruptions in Glass won the 2005 City of Regina Writing Award and has been shortlisted for 2 awards in the 2010 Saskatchewan Book Awards.

Jonathan Ball is the author of the poetry books Ex Machina and Clockfire.  His film Spoony B appeared on The Comedy Network, and his writing has appeared in The Believer and Harper’s.  He is the former editor of dandelion and the former short films programmer for the Gimli Film Festival. 

John Toone’s first collection of poetry, From Out of Nowhere, was published in 2009.  He also published 2 kids’ books in 2009.  John is a past president of the Manitoba Writers’ Guild.  

Have a great day. How can you miss - you're in Winnipeg!

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