Book Club - Lands of Lost Borders by Kate Harris, Weds March 4

Posted on 2020-03-02 in News, MFA in Writing News
Mar 4, 2020



The College of Arts and Science Book Club presents Kate Harris, author of Lands of Lost Borders.

There are two free public events on Wednesday March 4 to celebrate this Book Club selection:

2pm - Book Club Reading and Discussion - Gordon Snelgrove Gallery (191 Murray Building)

7pm - My Writing Life, a talk by the author with Q&A and book signing to follow - GSA Commons (Emmanuel and St. Chad building)

Please visit artsandscience.usask.ca/college/bookclub/ for more information.

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