These three poets will take you on a textual journey touching worlds you could only dream of.”
The Massy Arts Society presents Rachel Rose, author of the Giller-longlisted story collection, The Octopus Has Three Hearts (Douglas & McIntyre), and Maria Reva, author of Good Citizens Need Not Fear (Knopf Canada), in conversation with Renée Sarojini Saklikar, author of Bramah and the Beggar Boy (Nightwood Editions), for a virtual event in celebration of their latest books.
It will take place on Sunday, September 19 at 11am on Zoom.
It will also be livestreamed to Facebook. Spaces are limited, and advance registration is recommended.
Lunch Poems is a unique opportunity to celebrate poetry and is held now online on the third Wednesday of every month, from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. This month’s reading features poets Kathryn Mockler and Michael V. Smith.
The raison d’être of Lunch Poems is to invite and welcome everyone to enjoy poetry in a relaxed and casual atmosphere: whether you are new to poetry or have had a long romance with it. We invite you to join us to lunch on words and feed your soul.
Had a lovely time doing the first ever in-person reading of Bramah and The Beggar Boy this past weekend! Pleasure to share the stage with fellow poets Claire Matthews, Janet Kvammen, and Aidan Chafe.