Support BC writer V.B.-Taylor by voting for her story in Savvy Writers Competition “Legends”. The judging of the competition is based on artistic merit and popularity.
V.B.’s story explores the legend of ‘The Lone Eagle Of Poplar Island’, view and vote for it here: http://www.savvyauthors.com/vb/showthread.php?10661
You will need to register to vote, and there is a benefit to it. By registering to vote you receive a FREE basic membership to Savvy Authors.
The polls are open and will remain open until January 14th midnight EST.
V.B.-Taylor is an accomplished writer, performer and a cultural activist. She coordinates the activities of New West Writers and Renaisance Books Writers Group in New Westminster, and participates in a few others. View her profile here:
You are invited to the launch of a historical novel by a renowned BC writer Ben Nuttal-Smith titled ‘Blood, Feathers & Holy Men’ that has just been released by Libros Libertad and is to be launched on:
Sunday, January 16th
2 to 3 pm
Newton Branch of the Surrey Public Library
13795 70th Avenue
This project has taken almost seven years (Since a trip to Oaxaca Mexico in January 2004) to reach fruition.
For more info:
Bookland Press, Toronto is producing a directory of writers and editors and allied people in the publishing industry and has invited submissions.
The participation is completely free and will serve to provide a form of advertisement to the participants. It is intended to be marketed countrywide and world wide to librarians etc.
Please visit the website for details on how to participate:
I request you to carry it on the website/send it out on your mailing list to enable your members to avail of this opportunity.
author: Curry is Thicker than Water,
editor: Indian Voices, vol. one
Canadian Voices, vol. one and two
Join us on January 14, 2011 at 7:00 pm for the second evening of readings in the 2010/2011 North Delta Writers Reading series.
The first half of the evening will be devoted to the works of three local writers, Ed Griffin, Heidi Greco and Carole Lazar. Once again, after an intermission of coffee/tea and goodies, there will be an open microphone where other writers and poets can have 7 minutes to showcase their talents.
See you at the Firehall Arts Centre at 84th Avenue and 114th Street in Delta this Friday for an exceptional evening of writing and art.
David Blinkhorn at firstname.lastname@example.org
Manolis, a Greek Canadian poet, will be reading a selection from his latest collections of poetry.
Organized by Libros Libertad, the event will be held at Surrey Public Library, Newton Branch, from 2pm to 3pm on Saturday December 11.