I’ll have more on the Saskatchewan Book Awards, which are being held this Saturday at Conexus Arts Centre, in a April 23 blog post. But this event qualifies as a bit of a prelude, that’s because the three writers who will be reading are all nominees for SBAs in 2015.
Robert Currie is nominated in the Young Adult Literature category for his novel Living With the Hawk, Ken Dalgarno is nominated in the First Book category for Badlands: A Geography of Metaphors and Paul Hanley is nominated in the Non-Fiction and Saskatoon Book categories for Eleven.
Vertigo Reading Series goes tonight at Crave Restaurant (1925 Victoria Ave.) at 7:30 p.m. Music will be provided by the Quarter Tones Flute Ensemble.
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