Arielle Twist’s becoming

The young Halifax poet offers “the most vulnerable thing I’ve ever done” in the form of her debut collection Disintegrate / Dissociate.
Arielle Twist, Disintegrate / Dissociate launch Saturday, March 2, 7:30pm Khyber Centre for the Arts, 1880 Hollis Street

Andre Fenton’s Love wins

In Worthy of Love, the young poet’s debut novel, he tackles body image from a male perspective.
Andre Fenton, Worthy of Love signings Thursday, November 29, 12-2pm Coles, Scotia Square, 5201 Duke Street and Friday, November 30, 6-7:30pm Chapters Bayers Lake, 188 Chain Lake Drive

Kate Inglis soothes her beast

In Notes for the Everlost, the author doesn’t confront death: She figures out how to live with its unslayable presence.
An evening with Kate Inglis Monday, November 19, 7pm ViewPoint Gallery, 1459 Brenton Street Free

Shauntay Grant builds a sense of home in Africville

The acclaimed poet appears at Prismatic and Word on the Street with her new book, which provides vivid memories of an African Nova Scotian community.
Africville launch Thursday, September 13, 11am Africville Museum, 5795 Africville Road

Blood Will Out’s dark matter

In the tense YA thriller, Lunenburg author Jo Treggiari writes a fledgling serial killer.
Jo Treggiari, Blood Will Out launch w/Split screening Wednesday, July 18, 6pm Halifax Central Library 5440 Spring Garden Road free

Jaime Forsythe's odd revelations

Forsythe wrote I Heard Something in scraps of time and ended up with a funny, dreamy, weird collection of poems.
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Vol 26, No 47
April 18, 2019

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