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Tricia McCallum - Nothing Gold Can Stay: A Mother and Father Remembered


BOOK READING EVENTS

 

THE HAYNES LIBRARY
Invites you to an evening
With the poet
TRICIA MCCALLUM
Thursday 28th February at 6 pm
at the Haynes Library

"It is not what the poet feels when he writes the poem that matters, but what the reader feels when reading it."

 

Come and join Tricia as she reads a selection of her work, some published, some brand new.

Join her afterwards in a group discussion where she welcomes your personal thoughts on poetry.

Tricia McCallum is a Glasgow born Canadian. She writes about the everyday in her poems, the commonplace, the people and places we all know. At its best, Tricia feels poetry can be a shared language like no other. “Maybe you'll see something of yourself in my words, glimpse part of your life, or at least shades of it.  And I think we all take comfort in that.”
Everyone is welcome.
For more information call 332-2877.
Haynes Library, Governor’s Harbour e-mail: hayneslibrary@coralwave.com

 

 

Book Launch Events


 

Tricia's Book - Nothing Gold Can Stay: A Mother and Father Remembered

Tricia’s new book of poetry and photographs entitled “"Nothing Gold Can Stay: A Mother and Father Remembered” was celebrated at the Book Launch
In December at the Gallanough Library in Thornhill, Ontario. The Launch was covered by SNAP Markham newspaper; a story and photographs appeared in a subsequent  edition.

 

This event is by invitation only.

 

 

listen to Tricia McCallum interview on CanoeFMClick here to download and listen to the recorded interview on your media device, MP3, 11MB, 7:50.

 

 

Listen live online here… http://www.canoefm.com/index.php

Click on “Listen In Live.”

 

Eleuthera, Bahamas
In January Tricia read to the island community of Eleuthera at the Haynes Library in Governor’s Harbor from her book “Nothing Gold Can Stay: A Mother and Father Remembered.” (2011)

 

Click here to view photos from this event.

Book Launch and signing

 

SNAP MarkhamCoverage by SNAP Markham at the Gallanough Library in Thornhill on Saturday, December 11, 2010.

 

 

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