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    Thank You!

    by Phil - 1 Comment(s)

    Just wanted to put out a great big huge THANK YOU to everyone who came out last Saturday for Writers’ Weekend 2013.

    We truly hope you enjoyed the marathon presentation ride as much as we did, had a chance to solve any mysteries cropping up in your writing life, and met some new friends.

    We are already hard at work crafting a fresh, exciting lineup for 2014 and would love to hear if there’s anything you’d like to see more, or less of. Leave a comment below or go to our fancy electronic suggestion box. And remember there’s a lot more to the library’s writerly support than just one day out of one weekend. Whether it's in-depth research, formatting specifics, where to submit, block break-throughs, or inspiration from the masters, we've got all the resources you need, year round, seven days a week. And don't miss any of these upcoming visits from local authors:

    What Kings Ate and Wizards Drank – A Fantasy Lover’s Food Guide by Krista D. Ball

    Wednesday, Feb 20
    7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
    FISH CREEK - Main floor - Open Area

    Join fantasy author Krista D. Ball as she takes you on a voyage of discovery about cooking and preserving food and feeding the armies of epic fantasy, while giving food history lovers a taste of the past.

    The Dark Knight Origin of the Man of Steel

    Wednesday, Feb 27
    6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
    CENTRAL - Main floor South

    Join Richard Harrison, poet and literary detective as he unravels the hidden connections between the superheroes you thought you knew.

    Writing in the Works

    Thursday, Apr 11
    7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
    MEMORIAL PARK - Basement

    Readings from new works by Ken Cameron, Lori Hahnel, Steve Passey, Inge Trueman and Roberta Rees, emceed by Susan Calder.

    Telling Stories – A Poetry Workshop - CANCELLED!

    Saturday, Apr 13
    2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
    CENTRAL - Lower level - Meeting Room 2

    Join Wendy Morton for a dynamic workshop! Learn to turn the stories of others into poetry. Co-presented with Calgary Spoken Word Festival.


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    by Anne Marie Fryer

    Thanks for the great sessions! I thought editor Sandra McIntyre's presentation/Q&A was especially good. There were plenty of questions for her from the audience post-session. Perhaps she could come back for a longer presentation next year?

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