Authors@Acadia

Each year the Department of English and Theatre hosts a series of readings and presentations by authors from across the region and around the world. These events are open to the public and are an important source of cultural enrichment for student, faculty, and Wolfville community members alike.

FALL 2018

Sylvia D. Hamilton
And I Alone Escaped to Tell You
Thursday, October 25, 7PM
Reading followed by screening of Black Mother, Black Daughter
Beveridge Arts Centre, Room 132 (Across from Gallery)

Douglas Gibson
Across Canada by Story
One-man Stage Show by Publisher of Atwood, MacLeod, Munro and More
Friday, November 23, 3PM
K.C. Irving Environmental Science Centre Auditorium

WINTER 2019

Annick MacAskill
No Meeting Without Body
Poetry Reading
Wednesday, January 23, 4PM
Beveridge Arts Centre, Room 132 (Across from Gallery)

Ian Storey
“Getting Historical Fiction Right: The Case of Mary Renault”
Thursday, February 28, 7PM
Beveridge Arts Centre, Room 132 (Across from Gallery)


Some of the notable authors who have visited us over the past few years include Thomas King, Sheree Fitch, Rawi Hage, and Budge Wilson.