Morris House Reading Series: Readings from WATER LINES: New Writing from the Eastern Townships of Quebec
November 13 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Marjorie Bruhmuller‘s poems have appeared in various literary journals in Canada and the US. She has been a member, or leader, of writing groups in the Townships for over 20 years. Her poetry collection, The Bell You Hardly Hear has recently been published by Ekstasis Editions. She lives in Milby.
An award-winning poet, Angela Leuck has been published in journals and anthologies around the world. She is the author of four books of poetry and editor of numerous anthologies. She has given readings and writing workshops at schools, libraries and national and international conferences. She currently teaches creative writing to at risk youth in the Quebec Writers’ Federation’s Writers in the Community program. In spring 2018, she was Artist in Residence on Quebec’s Lower North Shore.
Steve Luxton was born in Coventry, England in 1946. He has published five collections of poetry, Late Romantics (with Rob Allen and Mark Teicher) (1981), the hills that pass by (1987), Iridium (1993), Luna Moth and Other Poems (2004), and In the Vision of Birds (2012), as well as a chapbook, Torrent’s Gate: Thomas Wolfe Visits Quebec (2013). His most recent collection is The Dying Meteorologist (2019). In 2012, he was the recipient of the Quebec Writers Federation’s prestigious “Community Award” for his work in promoting English-language literature in Quebec.
Jeff Parent is a resident of Lennoxville, currently enrolled in the Creative Writing MA program at Concordia University, and his work has been published in The Fiddlehead, Words(on)Pages, Lemon Hound, and The Temz Review amongst others.