Gordon Hill Press is hosting a fun and interesting panel this coming Friday, November 25, 7:30 PM, at Red Papaya Thai Restaurant in the Old Quebec Street Mall.
Grab a drink and eat some great Thai food as five women who have authored five very different books read a little and then discuss their experience of working in the world of Canadian literature –
Kim Davids Mandar will be speaking about "In|Appropriate", her collection of interviews with Canadian writers on the subject of appropriation.
Candace DeTaeye will be launching her new collection of poetry, "Pronounced / Workable", which draws from the language of medicine and the experience of being a paramedic.
Sheri Doyle will be launching her new chapbook of poetry, "A Dress made of Light", which explores a daughter's relationship with a mother suffering from dementia.
Concetta Principe will be reading from "Stars Need Counting", her collection of personal essays on the subject of suicide.
Rhonda Waterfall will be reading from "Sombrio", her new novel about three artists squatting in the Vancouver Island forest as they await what they think is the end of the world.
You can find out more here – https://www.facebook.com/events/840819693739243.
Hope to see you there.