Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Our Spoken INK readers for June 19

Casey June Wolf is a writer of occasional, mostly speculative, short stories which have appeared in a variety of magazines and anthologies. Her most recent (and pending) publications include “Delta Marsh” in Reckoning 2, and the poems “Danu and the Dagda” and “All-Giving Sun” in the forthcoming anthology Harp, Club, and Cauldron: A Harvest of Knowledge. Her stories “Eating Our Young” and “The One That Gets Away” will appear this fall in the speculative fiction anthology Food Of My People from Exile Editions. She is currently completing Sun among Stars: Poems & Prayers to Brigit of Ireland. Casey is from Vancouver, Canada. Her collection Finding Creatures & Other Stories was published in 2008.


Rayln Gladue is an artist and filmmaker living and working in B.C. He was born and raised in Saskatchewan and pursued a post secondary education in film production and cinematography at Capilano College. He currently works for 604 Records/Light Organ Records, National Observer, and as well as on independent commercial and narrative work.

at  the Burnaby Art Gallery’s Deer Lake Gallery , 6584 Deer Lake Avenue. Burnaby
Critiquing workshop 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. Readings at 8 p.m.

Spoken INK is a reading series presented by the Burnaby Writers' Society on the second Tuesday of each month (except July and August). For more information, visit: www.BurnabyWritersNews.blogspot.com or contact bwscafe@gmail.com

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