Lunch Poems at SFU

Canada’s Poet Laureate Fred Wah and Christine Leclerc featured at Sept 18 “Lunch Poems at SFU”.
Presented by SFU Public Square, 12-1pm in SFU Harbour Centre’s Teck Gallery (515 W Hastings St.).
Free admission, no registration required.
Lunch Poems hosts well-known and up-and-coming poets on the third Wednesday of every month except July and August.
For more information visit Lunch Poems

Dead Poets Reading Series

Our next event
The next meeting of the Dead Poets Reading Series will take place on Sunday September 8th from 3 to 5 p,m. at Project Space,222, East Georgia in Chinatown, between Main and Gore).

It will feature John Berryman, read by Kevin Spenst; Anne Hebert (Thuong Vuong-Riddick); Malcolm Lowry (Steven Brown);William Matthews (Rhea Tregebov) and Thomas Merton (Sheila Rosen)…Admission is by donation. For more information visit Dead Poets
Christopher Levenson

Reading With Self-Publishing Superstars


North Vancouver City Library presents a reading with local authors Martin Crosbie and Helga Zeiner
Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Time: 7pm, doors open at 6:30 for wine and refreshments
Location: North Vancouver City Library, 120 W. 14th St., North Vancouver, BC
Contact: Heidi Schiller, fiction librarian
Free. Register at, or by visiting our website’s program calendar at
Description: Join the North Vancouver City Library for a reading with self-publishing superstars, Martin Crosbie and Helga Zeiner. As successful self-published eBook authors, Martin and Helga provide a unique perspective on books and writing. Martin’s debut novel, My Temporary Life, has been downloaded over 100,000 times and became an Amazon bestseller. My Name is Hardly, his second book, was written following reader requests to hear more about his debut’s beloved main character. Helga will read from her recently published book, Birthdays of a Princess. Both will share their self-publishing stories in conversation with the audience.
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for wine and snacks in the Dr. G. Paul Singh Study Hall on the third floor of the library. Readings are always free and open to the public.