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The Writers’ Trust is one of the largest literary prize-giving organizations in the country, now annually awarding more than $240,500 to Canadian writers.14 Rogers Writers' Trust
For the sixth consecutive year, IFOA is proud to present the works nominated for the Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize. Author Helen Humphreys hosts.
Finalists will be announced October 1!
Helen Humphreys is the award-winning, bestselling author of four books of poetry, six novels and two work of creative non-fiction. She is the recipient of a City of Toronto Book Award, the Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize and the Canadian Authors Association Award for Poetry. She was awarded the Harbourfront Festival Prize for literary excellence in 2009. Humphreys presents her haunting memoir, Nocturne: On The Life And Death Of My Brother, an intimate self-examination and exploration of her grief after the sudden death of her younger brother, Martin.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 7:30 PM The Brigantine Room-Bill Boyle Artport, 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto M5J 2G8
Thousand Islands Writers’ Festival On October 15th and 16th, the second annual Thousand Islands Writers’ Festival (TIWF) takes place in historic Brockville, Ontario. This festival presents nine notable authors divided into four presentations during the two days. For more information please visit www.tiwfestival.org See you there, we promise to entertain you! (TIWFestival)… (plus d'informations)
Lieu de l'évènement: Ontario Court of Justice Criminal; Brockville, Ontario
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Helen Humphreys was born in 1961 in England and moved to Canada when she was a young girl. She was kicked out of high school in grade 10 and attended an alternative school to finish her education. Humphreys lives in Kingston, Ontario.