CLICK HERE for Bill Brooks’ enthusiastic article about this fundraising event for the Lougheed House in September. The keynote speech was by author Shaun Hunter, who highlighted three women authors in Calgary’s past.
Although we missed this luncheon, the Lougheed House, with Shaun Hunter (author of Calgary Through the Eyes of Writers,) will host a 2020 exhibition beginning January 23 called Literati: Calgary’s Early Writers.
Mark your new calendars!
Join a literary walk during Historic Calgary Week with author/reader, Shaun Hunter.
“Explore one of the city’s most storied streets, and meet a few of Calgary’s literary personalities — from the first chapters of the city’s literature through to the present.”
Stephen Avenue Through the Eyes of Writers
Wednesday, August 1st
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Meet at Olympic Plaza, beside the statues of the Famous Five (Women are Persons!)
Below, a teaser:
Reading Calgary: How 12 authors have captured our city’s character
Click here for complete information on Historic Calgary Week
Is this serendipity, or what?
Having just discovered Shaun Hunter’s blog on Calgary through writers’ eyes, Carol Blyth shared this event with local authors Sharon Butala, Brian Brennan and Ruth Scalp Lock, to be moderated by Shaun Hunter on February 8.
Full disclosure: I know Shaun and she is worth meeting in her own right! Janet Halls
To check out this opportunity, click here! Marda Loop Fireside Chat Feb 8
As a complement to the Calgary Writers theme we are exploring this year, you will want to check out this website: Calgary Through the Eyes of Writers
For more information on Shaun and her inspiration (Calgary!) click on A Profile of Blogger, Shaun Hunter