Sunday, November 11, 2007

Natalie Simpson & Suzanne Zelazo at Pages

filling Station is proud to present an evening of poetry by:
Suzanne Zelazo & Natalie Simpson

November 15, 7:30pm at Pages Books!

Free admission!

Join filling Station (with support from The University of Calgary Creative Writing Research Group and the Canada Council) as we present an evening of poetry with 2 of Canada's leading poets!

Suzanne Zelazo is a Toronto poet and author of Parlance (Coach House 2003), a book of poems that range from experiments in fragmenting sentences from Virginia Woolf’s Through the lighthouse to prose poems bridging the confessional and abstract. She is also the editor-in-chief of Queen Street Quarterly (a journal of contemporary writing), and a Ph.D. candidate in English at York University, a part-time competitive runner, and full-time identical twin.

Natalie Simpson is a former Managing Editor at filling Station, a recent graduate from UBC's law school and author of accrete or crumble (Linebooks 2006). Her work has been featured in magazines and anthologies across Canada.


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