Valentine’s Week: Love in all its Facets: Dark & Bright
Carole Glasser Langille
Nolan Natasha Pike
All you need is… poems! Join us for a Valentine’s week reading with award-winning established writer Carole Glasser Langille and exciting emerging talent Nolan Natasha Pike. Monday, February 10th at 7:30 p.m. in The MacDonald Room, Mount Library (main floor). Here is love in all its facets, dark and bright. Open to the public. All are welcome.
Carole Glasser Langille‘s fourth book of poetry, Church of the Exquisite Panic: The Ophelia Poems was nominated for The Atlantic Poetry Prize in 2013. She was awarded The Established Artist Recognition Award in 2013. The author of a collection of short stories and two children’s books, she has given readings and workshops in South Africa, India, and Kaui. Currently she teaches Creative Writing: Poetry at Dalhousie University.
Nolan Natasha Pike is an artist and writer from Toronto who has settled on the east coast. The recipient of multiple university creative writing awards as well as film and writing mentorships, his batting practice was released by Paisley Chapbook Press in 2013; he writes poems in between trips to the beach and episodes of Roseanne. Currently in the WFNS’s mentorship program, Nolan is working towards the completion of his first novel.
The MacDonald Room Reading Series pairs established and exciting emerging talent and acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts and the League of Canadian Poets, as well as co-sponsors the Alexa McDonough Institute, the Mount Library, the Mount Writing Centre, and the Department of English.