Giller Prize nominee here for literary festival

Jeanette Lynes’ second novel, The Small Things That End The World, was just released by Coteau Books. 

Her first novel, The Factory Voice, was long-listed for the Scotia Bank Giller Prize and a ReLit Award. Jeanette is also the author of seven books of poetry; her most recent collection, Bedlam Cowslip: The John Clare Poems, received the 2016 Saskatchewan Arts Board Poetry Award. Her poetry recently appeared in The Anti-Languorous Project and Forget Magazine. Jeanette directs the MFA in Writing at the University of Saskatchewan. 

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At Words North, Jeanette will be taking part in the panel discussion, Writing to Engage Community, giving a presentation, reading from her work Saturday Sept. 29, at the Kiwanis Performing Arts Centre, and will be emceeing the student reading on Sept. 30 at the Dawson Creek Public Library.  

For more information on the Words North festival, visit peaceliardarts.org/words-north/words-north-2018.

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