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Readings by bill bissett and Alex Leslie
bill bissett, poet and Alex Leslie, author
Piano Lounge, Graham House, Green College, UBC
January 18 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

bill bissett
originalee from lunaria  planet far past venus 312 on th first childrns shuttul from ther 2 erth inishulee baffuld by erthling wayze  am now in2 trying 2 deel always wantid 2 write n paint   from lunaria i landid on that first childrns shuttul in halifax   left ther b4 2 decades wer up 2 vankouvr 2 write n paint alwayze interestid in sound n vizual writing th lettr in th image n th pickshurs in th lettr  alwayze in love with vowells latest books     time    from talonbooks n   novel     also from talonbooks latest cd  with pete dako   ths is erth thees ar peopul n   luddites 86-91  both from blu loon producksyuns n   rumours uv hurricane   with bill roberts   from fitzhenry n whiteside

Alex Leslie
Alex Leslie’s chapbook of microfictions 20 Objects For The New World was published in Summer 2011 by Nomados. Her collection of short stories People Who Disappear will be published by Freehand in April 2012. Her fiction and non-fiction have been published in journals and anthologies throughout Canada and have won a CBC Literary Award and a Gold National Magazine Award. She's currently guest editing the Queer issue of Poetry Is Dead Magazine.
 

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