Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Thomas Wharton at UofC!

THE CANADA COUNCIL AND THE CREATIVE WRITING RESEARCH GROUP PRESENT

A READING BY
THOMAS WHARTON

Thomas Wharton is the author of the novel Icefields (NeWest Press, 1995), which has won a Regional Commonwealth Prize for Best First Book. His second
novel, Salamander (McClelland & Stewart, 2001), has been short-listed both for the Governor-General¹s Award and for the Roger¹s Fiction Prize. Both
novels have been published in other countries, including the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the Netherlands. His most recent
collection of short fiction entitled The Logogryph (Gaspereau Books, 2004) has won the Howard O¹Hagan Award for Short Fiction at the 2005 Alberta Book
Awards, and this book has also been nominated for the Sunburst Award.
Wharton currently teaches at the University of Edmonton.

DATE: Monday, March 27
TIME: 12:00 Noon
PLACE: University of Calgary, Science B, SB-142

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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