Nancy Lee reading and interview at Joy Kogawa House on Monday, June 28
1450 West 64th Ave.
attendance by reservation
Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
Nancy Lee, author of Dead Girls, is the 2nd Writer-in-residence at Historic Joy Kogawa House. She has hosted and interviewed 4 other authors during her 3 month stay, which were also recorded for CBC Radio.
The time with Nancy and her husband John has been a great experience, as she has brought her insightful thought, probing questions, and wonderful wit to Joy Kogawa House. Additionally, she hosted a memoir writing workshop on Saturday June 26th.
House for the final event of a successful series of small salon gatherings with five writers who use
literature to call for social change and justice and as a tool for
Five Mondays (and a Sunday) This Spring
- Joan Macleod, Monday, April 19
- Anosh Irani, Sunday, May 2
- Steven Galloway, Monday, May 17
- Karen Connelly, Monday, June 14
- Nancy Lee, Monday, June 28
with Anosh Irani, which begins at 3:30 p.m. on a Sunday.
neighbourhood of Vancouver at 1450 West 64th Avenue (two blocks east of
Thanks to the Canada Council Author Reading and Author Residencies
programs for funds to host these writers at Joy House