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Tuesday, January 27th at 7:00pm
We begin the 2015 Authors After Hours series with
in-store readings by two local writers,
Denise Roig who will be on hand to launch her new collection of stories, Brilliant
and special guest, Kelly Watt (Camino Meditations)
Held in store at 1060 King Street West, Hamilton
Free, everyone welcome.
Tuesday, January 27th at 5:30pm
We will be on hand as the McMaster University Palliative Care Division
welcomes Dr Lynda Redwood-Campbell to give a lecture entitled:
Outbreaks, Earthquakes, Heartaches: Dealing with Disasters.
This presentation is part of "Death: Something to Talk About",
a community reading inititative sponsored by the Palliative Care Division at McMaster,
Hamilton Public Library, Bryan Prince Bookseller & PX Dermody Funeral Homes.
McMaster Innovation Park (175 Longwood Road South, Room 1AB)
Free, everyone welcome. Parking free after 5pm.
Saturday, February 7th at 8:00pm
We will be hosting a very special event in the store after we close for the evening.
We are delighted to sponsor the Hamilton stop on the first ever
Hot Damn, It's a Queer Slam circuit.
This multi-city queer poetry slam circuit will lead to the finals at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre (Toronto) on May 7th and the chance to win a trip to the Capturing Fire spoken word festival in Washington DC.
Please join us at the bookstore to compete in the slam, or cheer on the poets. Admission $7/5 students, will go to the circuit. The evening will feature an open mic and two rounds of slam. Check out the Hot Damn It's a Queer Slam website for rules, etc.
There will also be an afternoon writing workshop with Holly Painter and Cathy Petch at McMaster University from 4:00-6:00. Room tbc. Cost $5/pwyc.
The Hamilton event will feature spoken word artist, public speaker, and certified teacher, Holly Painter. Holly is passionate about sharing her stories, inspiring youth, and advocating for important causes through poetry. She has spoken to over ten thousand students at school and community events across Ontario, has performed at four national spoken word festivals, and is a three-time Grand Slam Champion and Director of the London Poetry Slam.
For more information please visit the event facebook page that the circuit folk have created for us.
Bryan Prince Bookseller
1060 King Street West
Tickets $7/$5 Students
We are planning many exciting events for 2015. Watch for details as they come available.