Monday, March 24, 2014

Beat the Weather with Readings From Anakana Schofield

The official day of Spring has passed and here at the Bibliomanse we're ready to dust the salt off our boots and trade them in for running shoes. If only we could. We are taunted with warmth that quickly turns to cold, snowy days and cabin fever has set in with a vengeance. The only cure I can see is to head to Ireland for some literary festivals that will help thaw our bones.

Award winning Anakana Schofield, author of Malarky, will be appearing at the CĂșirt International Festival of Literature on April 11th and the Cork World Book Festival on April 22nd. Can't make it to Ireland? Head to the West coast and join Anakana at Okanagan College on March 27th. She will be reading at the Salmon Arm campus at noon and at the Vernon campus at 7:30 pm. See the poster below for more details.

What's better to beat the chill than 100 proof literature?


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