May 22, 2015


In Dialogue: Johanna Skibsrud & Michelle Elrick

Johanna Skibsrud, Giller prize-winning author of The Sentimentalists, will be in Winnipeg to launch her new book of short stories, This Will be Difficult to Explain, as part of In Dialogue: the Manitoba Writers' Guild reading series. Also reading new work is local author Michelle Elrick, winner of the 2011 John Hirsch Award. This event features two twenty-minute readings followed by a conversation illuminating the lives and work of the authors. All readings in the 2011/2012 program of In Dialogue take place at the Winnipeg Free Press News Cafe, and begin at 7:30pm. Reservations can be made by contacting the Guild through their website www.mbwriter.mb.ca.

Where:

Winnipeg Free Press News Cafe

237 McDermot Ave.

204-697-7069 | wfpnewscafe@gmail.com

www.winnipegfreepress.com/cafe/

When:

Saturday, October 22, 2011 from 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM

What:

Theatre & Arts > Literary

Neighbourhood:

City Centre

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