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Spur Festival - What's On The Horizon for Manitoba Literature?

Perched at the beginning of the twenty-first century, and gazing across the limitless prairie landscape, what can be observed about how literature has grown in Manitoba? And who better to answer the question than a cast of contributors to this vibrant literary scene? Join writers Sally Ito, Keith Cadieux and Esme Claire Keith for their insights into what’s on the horizon.

Where:

Eckhardt-Gramatte Hall

515 Portage Ave. University of Winnipeg

204-786-7811

When:

Sunday, April 28, 2013 at 2:00 PM

What:

Festivals

Neighbourhood:

Centre

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