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Arts and Science Book Club Reading and Discussion: The Break

Posted in Arts & Culture
Mar 18, 2019

Cover Image of The Break, © 2016 by Katherena Vermette. Reproduced with permission of House of Anansi Press Inc., Toronto. www.houseofanansi.com

The Break by Katherena Vermette is the 2019 Arts and Science Book Club selection.

Katherena Vermette will visit the University of Saskatchewan for two public Arts and Science Book Club events in March.

Monday, March 18
Book Club Reading and Discussion: The Break
2–3:30 pm
Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre
5 Campus Dr., Saskatoon, SK

This event is free and open to the public.

Katherena Vermette will also deliver the annual My Writing Life lecture in the evening.

Info: artsandscience.usask.ca/bookclub | bookclub@artsandscience.usask.ca

 

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