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Office Works

September 14, 2018 - October 13, 2018
NCCA – Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Vimy Lane, Parap Shopping Village
Darwin, Northern Territory 0801 Australia

The central theme of the exhibition involves working with office-place stationary including paper, tape and other materials usually employed for business purposes. The exhibition features seven artists: Christian Bök, Bill Davies, Stuart Gluth, Christian Clare Robertson, Koulla Roussos, Don Whyte and Kaye Strange. These artists will showcase their collective responses to working with office materials. …

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Kingston Readers and Writers Festival

September 26, 2018 - September 30, 2018
Kingston Kingston, Ontario Canada

Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Kingston WritersFest aims To be the organization in its community that celebrates the power of the written word by connecting writers and readers in conversations that inspire, engage, and change our worldview. The festival fosters the artistic development of individual writers, promotes literary expression and develops an audience for the literary …

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Word Vancouver

September 26, 2018 - September 30, 2018
Vancouver Public Library Central Library, 350 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 6B1 Canada

Word Vancouver is Western Canada’s largest celebration of literacy and reading. Held during the week leading up to the last Sunday of September at various venues throughout the city, our festival promotes books and authors with free exhibits, performances, and hands-on activities for a wide range of ages and interests. Learn more here.

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Fog Lit Book Festival

September 26, 2018 - September 30, 2018
Saint John Saint John, New Brunswick Canada

Fog Lit Book Festival is an annual series of not-for-profit events, workshops, panel discussions, and readings for readers and writers of all ages. The Festival encourages reading and writing while simultaneously recognizing the achievements of our many talented Canadian writers. Learn more here.

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Words North 2018

September 27, 2018 - September 30, 2018
Dawson Creek Dawson Creek, British Columbia Canada

With 15 different readings, presentations, panel discussions and workshops by feature writer/performers Helen Knott, Jeanette Lynes, Jasmine Netsena, and Clea Roberts, along with a host of talented regional writers, the 2018 Words North Writing Festival will be an amazing event! Learn more here.

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National Young Writers’ Festival

September 27, 2018 - September 30, 2018
Newcastle, Australia Newcastle, New South Wales Australia

National Young Writers' Festival is Australia’s largest gathering of young and innovative writers working in both new and traditional forms including zines, comics, blogging, screenwriting, poetry, spoken word, hip hop music, journalism, autobiography, comedy, songwriting and prose. The festival presents ‘writing’ in its broadest sense through panels, discussions, workshops, launches, performances, readings, installations, and more. …

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Diaspora Dialogues Long Form Mentorship submission deadline

September 28, 2018

With the support of Canada Council, Diaspora Dialogues is launching a new, national Long-Form Mentorship program. Diaspora Dialogues invites submissions from emerging writers who currently have a full or near-full draft of an original full-length novel, or collection of short stories, or collection of poems. Learn more here.

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1:00 pm

The Beginning, The End and the Middle: Poetry

September 28, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront, Princess Street
Kingston, Ontario K7L 1A2 Canada

This event offers an extraordinary opportunity to hear one of Canadas most renowned and accomplished poets in conversation with an exciting debut poet. Dionne Brand is an essayist and writer of short and long-form fiction, but her most recent work is the poetry collection The Blue Clerk: ArsPoetica in 59 Versos. Canisia Lubrin presents her …

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