October 16, 2012

Manitoba Writers’ Guild's In Dialogue Reading Series

The In Dialogue Reading Series presents one reading per month, October through April, celebrating literature across a wide variety of genres. 
Each reading features two authors in presentation, followed by a conversation. 
Hosted by Michelle Elrick.

All readings take place at the WFP News Cafe, Mondays at 7:30 pm. 
The Café will be offering a $10 pasta buffet, and is licensed. 
Come early for dinner, or save your appetite until 7:30.

Standard Subscription – $50: admission to all 7 readings 
Partner Subscription – $100: admission, plus a $50 donation to the MWG 

Single Tickets – $10/reading, sold at the door. 
As seating is limited, advance reservations are encouraged, but not required.

Please contact  Manitoba Writers’ Guild
Your payment can be made in person, by mail, or at the door on October 22.

October 22: Eden Robinson & Katherena Vermette
Two provocative writers in a joint reading of fiction and poetry.

November 5: George Amabile & Roo Borson
An evening of poetry featuring two strong lyric voices.

December 10: Dave Bidini & hannah_g
This musician/author and storyteller/artist bring narrative alive.

January 14: Charles Leblanc & Marc Prescott
The 2nd annual French language reading, this one featuring a poet and a playwright.

February 11: bill bissett & Nereo II
Poetry blends to spoken word in the hands of these two groundbreaking artists.

March 11: Joan Thomas & Dianne Warren
Masters of Canadian fiction, these award-winning authors read from new work.

April 8: Esmé Claire Keith & Sue Sorensen
Two winners from the 2011 Manitoba Book Awards in a reading of new fiction.

Joan Thomas, Writer-in-Residence at the Winnipeg Public Library is at work on a contemporary novel.  She is the author of two novels, Curiosity and Reading by Lightning.  Joan was a long-time contributing reviewer for the Globe and Mail.

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