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Southbank Reading Series

What: Southbank Writers’ Program Reading Series (featuring Phinder Dulai)
When: Thursday, May 14, 2015 | 6:30pm – 8:30pm (Doors open at 6:00pm)
Where: City Centre Library (Room 120), 10350 University Drive, Surrey

Simon Fraser University’s creative writing community hosts regular readings in Surrey that allow local writers to share their work with the public.

Who reads:
Current members and alumni of The Southbank Writer’s Program, local emerging writers and authors, and authors on book tours.

This month’s featured reader:
Phinder Dulai is the Surrey-based author of dream / arteries (Talonbooks) and two previous books of poetry: Ragas from the Periphery (Arsenal Pulp Press, 1995) and Basmati Brown (Nightwood Editions, 2000). His most recent work has been published in Canadian Literature and Cue Books Anthology. Earlier work appeared in Ankur, Matrix, Memewar Magazine, Rungh, The Capilano Review, Canadian Ethnic Studies, Toronto South Asian Review, subTerrain, and West Coast LINE. Dulai is a co-founder of the Surrey-based interdisciplinary contemporary arts group The South of Fraser Inter Arts Collective (SOFIA/c). His most recent poems are published in Canada and Beyond, a Canadian Studies journal published in Vigo and Huelva, Spain.

 

I’ll be hosting the event with the fabulous Nikki Hillman!

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