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April 13, 2013

Prairie Fire: SPEAKING VOLUMES 2013 l Bloodless: The Trial of Burke and Hare

May 11
Fort Gibraltar, 866 rue St. Joseph in old St. Boniface
Hatchet throwing and cocktails start at 6 pm
Dinner at 7 pm and readings at 8 pm

SPEAKING VOLUMES celebrates 34 years of publishing! 
This benefit supports Prairie Fire’s practicum in publishing program. 

Tickets are $65 (a tax receipt will be issued for a portion of the ticket price) 
and are available through McNally Robinson Booksellers and from 
Prairie Fire Press at 423-100 Arthur Street / call (204) 943-9066, or email 
Everyone purchasing a ticket will get a copy of the Spring 2013 issue of Prairie Fire.

Esmé Claire Keith's novel Not Being on a Boat received the McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award in 2012.  Warren Cariou and Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair are this year’s participants in the “On the Same Page” book and literacy promotion for Manitowapow, the anthology they co-edited.

Le Cercle Molière Theatre, 340 Provencher Boulevard
April 24 - May 4

White Rabbit Productions is proud to present a new Canadian musical!
Bloodless: The Trial of Burke and Hare
Written and composed by Joseph Aragon | Directed by Sharon Bajer

Robbing graves for medical science is back breaking work. 
Why dig up corpses when you can create your own?

A musically morbid tale of money lust and murder in 19th century Scotland.  
It follows the tale of Irish innkeepers William Burke and William Hare, whose business takes a turn for the murderous when word gets out that fresh corpses fetch a pretty penny at the medical academy.

This deliciously dark and scandalously true story returns to Winnipeg, where it got its award-wining start at the 2009 Fringe Festival, after a professional world premiere at the Panasonic Theatre in Toronto last year.

Buy your tickets at White Rabbit or by calling (204) 414-7078 or email 

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