Sunday, January 8, 2017


Freedom to Read Week: February 26 – March 4, 2017.

Please Note: because of the unreliable weather, there will be no regular 2nd Thursday January meeting. Instead, join us for a short critiquing workshop 7:00 to 7:45 p.m. preceding Spoken INK. That’s Tuesday January 17 at the Burnaby Arts Council’s Deer Lake Gallery,   6584 Deer Lake Avenue.


Our Spoken INK January 17th readers

Chelsea Comeau is a freelance writer and editor whose work has appeared in The Claremont Review, Quills, CV2, and BUST magazine. In 2011, Amber Tamblyn chose her poem as the winning entry in the BUST magazine poetry contest. In 2014, she attended the Banff  Centre's Writing With Style programme with Lorna Crozier, and in 2015 she was the Canadian winner of the Leaf Press chapbook contest. She attends poetry retreats twice a year with Lorna Crozier and Patrick Lane.

Owain Nicholson is an award-winning poet from the Great Canadian Prairies and the western wend of the Rocky Mountains. His writing digs unforgiving into the make of our people and our histories, the stories we live and, therefore, live by. Educated at the University of Victoria, Nicholson's first book of poetry is recently released with Nightwood Editions. His current studies pursue a masters of fine art at the University of Guelph, Toronto.

 Tuesday January 17,  8 p.m.  at the Burnaby Arts Council’s Deer Lake Gallery,   6584 Deer Lake Avenue.


 Watch for updates on our February Spoken INK reading and  workshop meeting

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