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Young Writers Reading at the Jazz Room (Huether)

Poet Amanda Jernigan. Photo Credit: John Haney.

If you don’t have plans for Thursday, September 25th, and the Huether’s Jazz Room (59 King St. N.) sounds like a pretty good place to be at 7pm, you might consider attending the 10th anniversary celebration of Biblioasis Press. 73 more words


Alumni & Faculty Authors at Word on the Street

This year’s Kitchener-Waterloo Word on the Street is Saturday, September 2oth, and features two Waterloo alumni, and one St. Jerome’s lecturer. Alumnus Evan Munday, author of the… 149 more words

An evening of speculative fiction with UW alumni & faculty

UWaterloo English alumna Marcy Italiano and English professor Sarah Tolmie are just two of the authors featured at an evening of readings by local authors of speculative fiction. 14 more words


National Post calls it "indisputably his best novel to date"

Former St. Jerome’s English professor, and Governor General’s Award nominee, Eric McCormack, has a new book, Cloud (published by Penguin). In a recent review, … 73 more words


1 October – ScriptTank Open Night

ScriptTank is returning from our summer hiatus on the 1 October.

As is tradition, the first ScriptTank reading will be an open evening. If you bring along an example of your work and our troupe of actors will read it there and then, and you’ll get feedback. 92 more words


Spirit Art

There are many kinds of spirit art-

Some of it involves psychic art- a psychic artist uses the drawing as a focus for their reading. In this case many symbols relevant to the client would be depicted in the drawing. 836 more words


2014-2015 St. Jerome's Reading Series

Shyam Selvadurai

If you are new at UWaterloo, you may not know about the St. Jerome’s Reading Series, featuring Canadian authors. This year’s focus is on “writers who explore the relationship between self and world — socially, politically, culturally — and dynamically balance imagination and ‘real life.'” Supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, all readings are free and open to the public. 70 more words