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Halifax

Author Tour: Mary Lou Soutar-Hynes, author of "Dark Water Songs" in Nova Scotia


12:00pm
- 1:35pm
Friday March 7 2014

Venue: Spring Garden Road Memorial Public Library
Address: 5381 Spring Garden Road
Cost: Free
Accessibility: wheelchair accessible - no barriers

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As part of her Nova Scotia author tour, Mary Lou Soutar-Hynes, author of Dark Water Songs (Inanna Publications) reads on Memorial Library's "Author's Stage: Readings & Writings." Please join us!

The poet’s “local, regional and global scope makes her a post-national as well as a multicultural and postmodernist writer of real distinction.”

Mary Lou Soutar-Hynes, is a Jamaican-Canadian, poet/educator and former nun. A Fellow at Scotland's Hawthornden International Retreat for Writers in Fall 2009, her literary publications include the collections: Travelling Light (2006), long-listed for the 2007 ReLit Poetry Award, and The Fires of Naming (2001). Her poetry appears in the anthologies: Calling Cards: New Poetry from Caribbean/Canadian Women (2005); Garden Variety, An Anthology of Flower Poems (2007); and Resonance: Poetry and Art (2008), and in journals such as Quills, The Toronto Quarterly, Arc, and Lichen.

http://www.inanna.ca

Organizer:reneeknapp@inanna.ca

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Inanna Publications is a publisher of fiction, poetry and non-fiction. We hope you will discover some of the the finest feminist writing, both by well-known feminist authors and emerging women writers, that offers you new, innovative and diverse perspectives on a wide variety of women's issues -- perspectives that have the potential not just to educate or entertain, but to excite, enhance and motivate your passion for change.

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