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River Volta Reading Series Begins New Decade with Poetry from Taidgh Lynch and Diana Tegenkamp
Taidgh Lynch and Diana Tegenkamp are featured readers in River Volta's Jan 22 reading.
River Volta Reading Series
Wednesday, January 22
D'lish by Tish Cafe
(702 14 St E A)
The MFA in Writing student-run River Volta Reading Series starts off the new decade with readings by Taidgh Lynch and Diana Tegenkamp! Please join us for a wonderful evening of poetry, followed by an open mic. The event is free. All are welcome.
Taidgh Lynch is a poet from the South West of Ireland who recently completed an MFA in Writing at the University of Saskatchewan. His poetry has appeared in The Poetry Bus, Boyne Berries, and elsewhere. His poetry chapbook, First Lift Here, was published with Jack Pine Press in September 2019. His poem, “Father Browne’s Sea Voyage” is forthcoming from FreeFall.
Diana Tegenkamp is a poet from Saskatoon. Her poetry and prose has been published in CV2, Grain, Slingshot Literary Review, Matrix, Moosehead Anthology, Tessera, and Queen Street Quarterly Review. She recently completed her poetry manuscript, Motherfield, with support from the Canada Council for the Arts and the Saskatchewan Arts Board.
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