18 November 2012

Odd Sundays reading: 18 Nov 2012

odd sundays at molly’s, Fredericton’s longest-running, semi-monthly, poetry-reading series, taking place this coming Sunday afternoon, with writer Kellie Underhill from Miramichi, and poet Emily Skov-Nielsen, from Saint John. Joe Blades will be emceeing the event, and all are welcome.

Sunday, November 18, 2PM

Molly’s Coffee House, 554 Queen Street, Fredericton, NB

Featured readers: Emily Skov-Nielsen & Kellie Underhill

Open Set - Book Draw - Conversations

KELLIE UNDERHILL has been the Editor of Bread 'n Molasses magazine since its inception in 2003. She studied Journalism at Ryerson University in Toronto, ON with a particular focus on newspaper copy editing and worked as a freelance journalist for several years with her work appearing in The Miramichi Leader, The Moncton Times-Transcript, The Brunswick Business Journal, The Atlantic Chamber Journal and The Reader magazine. During her time as a freelancer, she also did public relations writing for clients including the New Brunswick Community College in Miramichi.

EMILY SKOV-NIELSEN is a recent UNB graduate living in Saint John, New Brunswick. She has given a number of poetry readings in-and-around Saint John and has had work published in The Antigonish Review. She was also this year's recipient of the Dr. Anne Compton Creative Writing Prize in Poetry. Recently she has returned from an intensive week-long writers' retreat where she had the pleasure and privilege of working with poet, Don McKay.

Bring your ears; bring your literary sensibilities; bring three minutes of your own writing for the open set. hope to see you at the next odd sundays event, December 2, with THREE great readers (alphabetically): Joan Clark, and Jane Tims.
Odd Sundays: allison calvern, 459-1436, acalvern @ nbnet.nb.ca

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