Wednesday, 14 October 2009

Tuesday October 20th -- Spoken INK presents An Evening with Three Authors!



Tuesday October 20th -- Spoken INK presents An Evening with Three Authors!

At 7:30 PM (sign-up time) on Tuesday, September 15th, Spoken INK presents C. June Wolf, Addena Sumter-Freitag, and Eileen Kernaghan, who will read from their recent Wattle and Daub Books releases at the James Street Café (3819 Canada Way, at Smith -- one short block east of Boundary Road) in Burnaby.

C. June (Casey) Wolf's Finding Creatures & Other Stories is a collection of literary speculative fiction. Author Phyllis Gotlieb says, "Wolf's subtly written stories succeed in being both shadowy and powerful."

Back in the Days is a collection of poetry and creative non-fiction by Addena Sumter-Freitag. Of Sumter-Freitag, David Chariandy says, "She is one of those rare and revered storytellers who compel you instantly to listen up and pay respect."

Eileen Kernaghan's Tales from the Holograph Woods is a collection of speculative poetry. Mary E. Choo says of Kernaghan, "Her unmistakable voice provides a subtle, unifying under-note that runs throughout this diverse collection."

Spoken INK is the public reading series brought to you by the Burnaby Writers' Society. Our open mic café happens every third Tuesday (September to June) and sign-up time is 7:30 PM at the James Street Café, just one short block east of Boundary Road on Canada Way at Smith (NE corner) in Burnaby. Come for a coffee & dessert -- stay for a listen! For more information, contact bwscafe@gmail.com or visit www.BurnabyWritersNews.blogspot.com















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Spoken INK
The monthly open mic reading series brought to you by the Burnaby Writers' Society
7:30 PM -- 3rd Tuesday of the Month
@ the James Street Cafe
3819 Canada Way
Burnaby BC Canada



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RDSP (Registered Disability Savings Plan) Presentation



Vancouver Coastal Health invites you to a seminar on the

 RDSP

The Registered Disabilities Saving Plan*

Presenter – Sandy Addison

Disabilities Advocate & Financial professional will explain how you, your family and friends can help plan for the future. Come and get your questions answered.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009
6:30 – 7:30 pm
at
Vancouver General Hospital
Paetzold Multi-purpose Room
899 West 12th Avenue, Vancouver

*The  Federal & Provincial Governments have created a savings plan which includes an endowment and grants that benefits and secure the future of individuals living with a disability who qualify for the Disability Tax Credit

Or (604) 603-0130

Kiwassa Community Mental Health Program