Earthquake mayhem

“Frances Peck (l.) spent 7 years on her novel about the impact of an earthquake, “The Broken Places” due out in April. Here she talks about the research done and the characters she created to tell the story.” FULL STORY

 

 

Missie not to be missed

October 10th, 2014

Missie Peters of Victoria is one-half of the improvised spoken word duo SpeakEasy and a self-described science fiction geek. She has also been director of Not Your Grandma’s Poetry and producer of the Victoria Spoken Word Festival… Over the years Barry MacKinnon of Prince George has amassed a sizeable archive of “really good smelling” small press items such old issues of Tish magazine and gestetnered books. MacKinnon will bring some samples when he joins poetry veteran George Stanley and two-time Victoria Slam Champion Missie Peters, web who organizes the annual Victoria Spoken Word Festival, prostate as the B.C. contingent for the first Eco-Poetics Bioregionalism Small Press Fair to be held in Nanaimo and at Vancouver Island University, order April 30-May 3. Other participants in this Cascadia Poetry Festival initiative will include Americans Anastacia Tolbert, Brenda Hillman, Paul Nelson and Nadine Antoinette Maestas. You can contact organizer David Fraser at ascentaspirations@gmail.com for more info.

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