September 17, 2012

Readings by Sally Ito, Writer-in-Residence, with Leo Baskatawang, Robert Nicolas

September 21, 11:30 am
The Great Hall, Room 218 of University College, 220 Dysart Road 
University of Manitoba Fort Garry Campus 

Readings by
Sally Ito, Writer-in-Residence
Native Studies graduate student Leo Baskatawang
French graduate student Robert Nicolas

The reading is open to the public! 
Lunch included!

Sally is available for FREE manuscript consultations to the general public. 
Her consultation hours are Monday and Wednesday 1 - 3 in the afternoon.

People should e-mail Sally in advance with their work.  
She will look at 12 pages prose or 8 - 10 poems maximum.
She will be in residence to December 10.

Sally Ito, Writer-in-Residence
Centre for Creative Writing and Oral Culture
University of Manitoba

Sally Ito has published three books of poetry: Frogs in the Rain Barrel, Season of Mercy, and Alert to Glory.
She also writes short fiction and creative non-fiction.  Her work has been published in literary journals as well as in a collection of short stories entitled Floating Shore. She is working on a family history for which she has done translation from the Japanese. 
A former Mombugakusho graduate research scholar, Ito holds a BFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia and an MA from the University of Alberta.

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