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 2019 

Sarah Faber

All is Beauty Now: Fiction Reading

Wednesday, September 18, 7PM

Beveridge Arts Centre

Room 132 (Across from Gallery)

 

Madeline Bassnett

Under the Gamma Camera: Poetry Reading

Monday, October 7, 7PM

Quiet Reading Room

Vaughan Memorial Library

 

Lyn Bennett

“Early Modern Maritime Recipes:

From Baking Cakes to Curing Cancer”

Wednesday, November 6, 7PM  

K.C. IRVING ENVIRONMENTAL

SCIENCE CENTRE AUDITORIUM

 

 

WINTER 2020

Basma Kavanagh

Ruba’iyat for the Time of Apricots: Poetry Reading

Wednesday,  January 22, 4PM

Quiet Reading Room

Vaughan Memorial Library  

 

Andrew Steeves

“Stepping into Traffic:

Literature and Your Life”  

Saturday, February 29, Time tba

K.C. IRVING ENVIRONMENTAL

SCIENCE CENTRE AUDITORIUM

 

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