City Centre: A Poetry Reading and Conversation About Life in Urban Vancouver, August 7


SFU Public Square, in partnership with SFU Continuing Studies, presents the Summer Writes: Urban Tales series. Join us to celebrate summer, writing, and the imaginative challenges of city life with award-winning writers.

All conversations take place from 7 to 9 pm at SFU Vancouver’s Vancouver campus. Four hours of workshops will follow the lectures.

The next lecture will be on August 7, 2013:

Vancouver’s poet laureate, Evelyn Lau 
in conversation with Daniela Elza Whether it’s the seemingly perpetual rain outside the window, the cement high-rises on the street, or the mountains in the near distance, Vancouver’s dramatic landscape, mixed architecture, gloomy weather, and diverse population affect each of its artists in different ways.

Join Vancouver’s current poet laureate, Evelyn Lau, for a poetry reading and conversation about how her hometown has shaped her poetry, her writing, and her viewpoints on life.

This lecture is free. Seating is limited, so reserve your seat today.

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