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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

POETRY IN SARNIA, ONTARIO

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Sarnia’s Bluewater Reading Series: A Pictorial View

by d78hill
Behind the swinging doors of the "Famous Room", a new reading series emerged. Below are the poetic highlights!
The official 2014 National Poetry Month poster!
The official 2014 National Poetry Month poster!
James Deahl, Master of Ceremonies and Spokesperson, Bluewater Reading Series.
James Deahl, Master of Ceremonies and Spokesperson, Bluewater Reading Series.
A time for reflection.
A time for reflection.
Special thanks to the four guest readers!
Special thanks to the four guest readers: John Wing Jr., Allan Breismaster, Lynn Tait and Clara Blackwood.

Allan Briesmaster reads from Against the Flight of Spring (Quattro Books)
Allan Briesmaster reads from Against the Flight of Spring (Quattro Books)
Clara Blackwell reads from Forecast (Guernica Editions)
Clara Blackwell reads from Forecast (Guernica Editions)
Lynn Tait reads from her manuscripts Chatter Marks and Broken Days
Lynn Tait reads from her manuscripts Chatter Marks and Broken Days
John Wing Jr. reads from Why-shaped Scars (Black Moss Press)
John Wing Jr. reads from Why-shaped Scars (Black Moss Press)
Featuring New Work
Featuring New Work
Relaxing
Relaxing
A stellar and captive audience.
A stellar audience.
"In Celebration of National Poetry Month. We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts and the League of Canadian Poets"
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Please note: Two more National Poetry Month Events have been planned for Sarnia.
Spoken Word welcomes writers to share their work in front of an audience, Friday, April 25 starting at 8 p.m. at the Lawrence House Centre for the Arts. Sign-up for readers is at the door. Admission is free. More info here.
Seven poets Steven Michael Berzensky, Kent Bowman, James Deahl, Ryan Gibbs, Debbie Okun Hill, Norma West Linder and Lynn Tait will celebrate the literary work of literary giants Milton Acorn and Raymond Souster, Sunday, April 27at 1 p.m. at the Book Keeper. Admission is free. More infohere.
Celebrating Milton Acorn and Raymond Souster during National Poetry Month
Celebrating Milton Acorn and Raymond Souster during National Poetry Month











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