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Future of Tree

Please take a moment to read a letter from Tree's artistic director on the future of Tree Reading Series.

About Tree...

Running since 1980, Tree is one of nada's longest-running literary events, and an essential part of Ottawa's vibrant literary community.

 

Tree takes place...

... at Happy Goat Coffee, 35 Laurel St, 1 block northwest of Gladstone & Preston.
... on the 4th Tuesday of the month.
... free of charge. A hat is passed for donations.
... with lots of free parking, easy access to #11 and #14 busses, or a 10 minute walk from Bayview station.
Tuesday, November 26

Maureen Hynes + E Martin Nolan

E Martin Nolan

E Martin Nolan’s debut collection Still Point examines North Ameri as unified whole and disrupted centre.
E Martin Nolan is a poet, essayist, editor and teacher. He edits interviews at The Puritan. He is the author of Still Point (Invisible Publishing, 2017) and Trees Hate Us (Odurless Press, 2019). He teaches in the Engineering Communition Program at The University of Toronto, and is a PhD ndidate in Applied Linguistics at York University. You may know him as Ted.
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Maureen Hynes

“Maureen Hynes is a poet at the top of her game.” – Helen Humphreys
Maureen Hynes lives in Toronto. Her first book of poetry, Rough Skin (Wolsak and Wynn, 1995), won the League of nadian Poets’ Gerald Lampert Award for best first book of poetry by a nadian. Her second collection, Harm’s Way (Brick Books, 2001), was followed by Marrow, Willow (Pedlar Press, 2011) and then The Poison Colour (Pedlar Press, 2015), which was a finalist for both the League of nadian Poets’ Pat Lowther Award and Raymond Souster Award. She is poetry editor for Our Times magazine.
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