Hi everyone,

Re. I thought this message from Gaspereau Press might be of interest.
Come and enjoy a fall weekend in the Annapolis Valley!

Trust everyone is enjoying the summer - at least what remains of it:(


>From:  "Gaspereau Press" <[log in to unmask]>
>To:    "Gaspereau Press" <[log in to unmask]>
>Date:  Tue, 19 Aug 2003 16:20:03 -0300
>GASPEREAU PRESS WAYZGOOSE, October 18 & 19, 2003
>Gaspereau Press is one of a handful of literary publishers in Canada
>that print books in-house. Because of its unique position as a
>printer and publisher, and its commitment to typography, fine
>printing and book making, Gaspereau Press has developed an annual
>community event that brings the whole community in direct contact
>with the tools of the trade: type, ink, paper and the printing
>press. On October 18 & 19, 2003, Gaspereau Press will host its
>fourth annual wayzgoose and open house at its printing works in
>Kentville, Nova Scotia. The event will include the following
>activities and workshops:
>Poetry Workshop
>Author Jan Zwicky of Victoria, BC will be facilitating a poetry
>workshop for 10 writers. Applicants will be selected on the basis of
>their publication experience and a five-page sample of recent work
>to be submitted with their application. This workshop will be held
>on Saturday October 18 from 9:00 am until noon at the Kings
>Courthouse Museum. There is a $20 registration fee. Limited to 10
>Bookbinding Workshop
>Book artist Ruth Legge of West Brooklyn, Nova Scotia, will be
>facilitating a bookbinding workshop for 10 people. During the
>three-hour workshop, participants will fold, sew, back and cover a
>blank-paged journal in a cloth-spined, paper-covered binding. No
>bookbinding experience is required. Materials will be supplied.
>Participants will be selected on a fi rst-come, first-served basis.
>This workshop will be held on Saturday, October 18 from 9:00 am
>until noon at the Gaspereau Press printing works. There is a $20
>registration fee. Limited to 10 participants.
>Book-Arts Lecture & Open House
>This year‚s lecture will be delivered by internationally celebrated
>poet and typographer Robert Bringhurst, author of The Elements of
>Typographic Style. His lecture is entitled "The Body of the Reader
>and the Body of the Work." This lecture is intended for a general
>audience and will be presented Saturday October 18 at 1:00 pm in the
>Cornwallis dining room, Cornwallis Inn, 325 Main Street, Kentville.
>Free admission.
>Open House at the Printing Works
>Gaspereau Press will hold an open house at the printingworks
>following the lecture (Saturday from 2:30 to 5:00 pm). Come and see
>demonstrations of both modern and antique production methods. Free
>Public Roundtable
>Moderated by Susan Haley, this year‚s public roundtable will explore
>the limits of punctuation. Our panelists will include Robert
>Bringhurst, George Elliott Clarke and Jan Zwicky. Come take part in
>this informal and engaging conversation. Presented Saturday October
>18 at 7:00 pm, upstairs at Paddy‚s Pub, Kentville. Free admission.
>Sunday Readings
>Gaspereau Press will launch a number of new books during the
>wayzgoose. Come and hear readings from a number of Gaspereau Press
>authors, including George Elliott Clarke, Susan Haley and John
>Terpstra. Presented Sunday October 19 at 2:00 pm in the Cornwallis
>Dining room, Cornwallis Inn, 325 Main Street, Kentville. Free
>For more information, contact:
>Beth Crosby, Gaspereau Press
>One Church Ave, Kentville, NS, B4N 2M7
>902-678-6002, [log in to unmask]

Leo J. Deveau, M.Ed., MLIS
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