01 November 2007

Post 600: Elizabeth Hay an(o)( au)th(e)(o)r reading

Alumni Lounge venue became East Gallery, UNB Art Centre, but upon arrival it was evident the the new "east" was West. I set up my mic and recording deck in semi-darkness afore Marie arrive to jig the lights. Late Nights On Air (Harper Canada) is essentially a story of the small crew-community within a small radio station in Yellowknife. One somewhat based upon some of the author's personal experience in the North and in radio and so much more. Read a great party scene against a backdrop of art by Fredericton painter Angel Gómes from his exhibition Andadura: New Work / Retrospective scheduled to open at 5 pm this coming Friday, 9 November.

T: CHSR 97.9 FM (2007 shirt: black cloud & lightning o're the tower)
loc: postreadingdesk
temp: 8 C
sound: Morphine

1 comment:

Broken Joe said...

Earlier this week, Elizabeth Hay was awarded the 2007 Giller Prize for Late Nights on air.