Wed., Mar. 18 | 707 13 Ave SW

A Literary Salon at Lougheed Historic House

Find out how writers write Calgary on the page, past & present. I'll be reading excerpts about Chinatown from "Noir on Eighth, an East Village Mystery".
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A Literary Salon at Lougheed Historic House

Time & Location

Mar. 18, 2020, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
707 13 Ave SW, 707 13 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0K8, Canada

About the Event

Join five contemporary authors for a lively conversation and readings about Calgary. How have writers captured Calgary on the page? What do we see when we read our city in prose and poems? Join local writers Shaun Hunter, Jeremy Klaszus, Dale Lee Kwong, Precious de Leon and Fred Stenson for an engaging evening of readings and conversation about Calgary, past and present. Come early and explore the exhibit Storied City: Early Calgary through the Eyes of Writers, a treasure hunt through the city’s unknown literary landscape of the 1920s.

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