TREE READING SERIES PRESENTS NATALEE CAPLE & ROB COLMAN
DATE: TUESDAY, MAY 28
LOCATION: CLUB SAW, 67 NICHOLAS STREET, OTTAWA
Note NEW Location: This event will be held at Club SAW, part of the SAW Gallery at 67 Nicholas Street, just around the corner from the main Arts Court entrance.
6:45 p.m. Workshop – Tuesday May 28
Exercising Your Muse: 2 with Cathy MacDonald-Zytfeld
Join us for a workshop where you’ll be brought through various writing exercises and creativity practices. Give them a try and begin to learn what the best way for you to work is. Stop and have a conversation with your muse. Cathy MacDonald-Zytveld established, and still runs, The Dusty Owl Reading Series.
8:00 p.m. Readings – Open Mic and Featured Readers
Natalee Caple + Rob Colman
6:45p Workshop – Exercising Your Muse: 2 with Cathy MacDonald-Zytveld
8:00p Readings – Open Mic and Featured Readers
Prolific writer of poetry and fiction, author of the novel In Calamity’s Wake (forthcoming in 2013). Natalee holds a PhD in English from the University of Calgary. Her short story collection, The Heart is its Own Reason (Insomniac), was reviewed by the New York Times. Her first novel, The Plight of the Happy People in an Ordinary World (Anansi), was optioned for film, and her first book of poetry, A More Tender Ocean (Coach House), was nominated for a Gerald Lampert Award. Her second novel, Mackerel Sky (Thomas Allen), was published in Canada, and in the United States (St. Martin’s). In 2010 she published a book of poetry titled The Semi-conducting Dictionary: Our Strindberg, in 2011 she published a book of short stories titled: How I Came to Haunt My Parents. In March 2013 HarperCollins will publish her novel about Calamity Jane, In Calamity’s Wake. Caple lives in Peterborough with her husband and their twin children.
Rob Colman: Author of two poetry collections including Little Empires, published by Quattro Books in 2012.
Rob Colman is a writer and editor based in Newmarket, Ontario. His poetry has appeared in literary magazines across Canada. His most recent collection, Little Empires, was published by Quattro Books in October 2012. His first collection, The Delicate Line (Exile Editions, 2008) was nominated for the ReLit Award.
More information at: http://www.treereadingseries.ca