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Lunch Poems at SFU: February 17

February 17, 2016
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SFU Public Square presents Lunch Poems at SFU

TED BYRNE was born in Hamilton Ontario and has lived in Vancouver since the late sixties. He was a member of the Kootenay School of Writing collective, and is now a member of the Lacan Salon. He teaches poetry and poetics in the HUM 101 program at UBC. His writing incorporates various forms of translation. Current projects include historical fictions about Hamilton and a book constructed from sonnets by Louise Labé and Guido Cavalcanti. His books include Aporia, Beautiful Lies, and Sonnets: Louise Labé.

KAYLA CZAGA is the author of For Your Safety Please Hold On (Nightwood Editions, 2014), which won The Gerald Lampert Memorial Award and was nominated for The Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize and The Governor General's Award for Poetry. Her chapbook (Enemy of the People), which explores the USSR under Stalin, was released in September 2015 by Anstruther Press.

FREE Lunchtime readings the third Wednesday of every month featuring well-known and up-and-coming poets.

Wednesday
Feb. 17, 2016
12 to 1pm

Teck Gallery
Main Floor
SFU Harbour Centre
515 W Hastings St

Everyone Welcome.
Bring your lunch!

Looking for a meeting space?

Email mecs@sfu.ca

Call 778-782-5800