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The River Volta Reading Series

Posted on 2017-11-03 in Events, MFA in Writing News
Nov 29, 2017

The River Volta Reading Series

The River Volta Reading Series

Wednesday, November 29th, at 7pm-9pm

D'Lish by Tish Cafe (702A 14th Street East, Saskatoon)

Featured readers include Mika Lafond, Mary Maxwell, and William Robertson


The River Volta Reading Series is run by graduate students from the MFA in Writing program at the U of S. The series was founded in 2013 by Sara-Jane Goutnez and Chelsea Forbes. Our focus is on literary poetry and short fiction. Our readings are held once a month from January to March and again from September to December. Readings are hosted at D'Lish Cafe (702a 14th St. E). In addition to our monthly features we also have an OPEN MIC! Sign up will start at 6:30 so come early to reserve your space.

Be sure to check us out and support literature in Saskatoon.

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