Monday, April 16, 2012

May We Bend Your Ear?

May is one of Lit Live's best months, with the flowers blooming and the writers visiting. On May 6th, at 7:30 p.m. Lit Live presents six outstanding writers for your enjoyment. The thrills (and erudition!) are at Homegrown Hamilton, 27 King William Street in Hamilton. Don't be late! We'd hate to have to start without you.

Karen Connelly will recount Burmese Lessons: a love story, published by Nan Talese.

John B. Lee selects from a variety of recent and forthcoming publications, including his poetry collection Let Us Be Silent Here, from Sanbun Publishing (2012).

Matt Lennox reads from his first novel The Carpenter, recently released by Harper Collins Canada.

Alexander MacLeod brings his acclaimed collection of short fiction Light Lifting, published by Biblioasis.

Sara Ries presents her first poetry collection Come In, We're Open, published by the National Federation of State Poetry Societies, in 2010.

Claire Tacon takes us into her first novel In the Field, published in 2011 by Biblioasis.

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