Literary Kaleidoscope, Calgary is a longstanding volunteer organisation of and for book-lovers that supports reading, discussion and writing through monthly meetings, guest speakers, and by offering annual awards to graduate and undergraduate students who have produced the best creative and critical work at the University of Calgary and Mount Royal University.
Our meetings are held at the Marda Loop Community Centre, 3130 16th St SW, the third Wednesday of the month, from September through November, and January through May. Admission is $10 (coffee and cookies included). Presentations begin at 9:30 and run between 60 and 75 minutes. All are welcome.
For information about upcoming books and presenters, please refer to our thrice-yearly newsletter, distributed via email*, posted in venues throughout Calgary, and easily accessed below! Most of our scheduled readings are available at Owl's Nest Books, Britannia Plaza, 803 49 Ave SW.
The spring session details are as follows: April 17 Dr Anne Moore will present on Westover's acclaimed memoir, Educated; on May 15, Catherine Ford will offer us her views on Globe columunist Renzetti's debut novel, Based on a True Story
REMINDER: Boxes in which to donate your gently used books for Calgary Reads' May sale will be at the community centre at April's meeting
Literary Kaleidoscope, Calgary is brought to you by Rosemary Buckland, Jane Galway, Gail Gorman, Kelly Hewson, Phyllis Robb, Hope Smith, and Brigid Stewart
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