MLIS Students @ Killam
7:30 pm Thursday
Reading Room 5th floor, Killam Library
494-3615 for more info
The Killam Library is delighted
to host a literary reading by two Dalhousie students, both in their final year
of the MLIS program in the School of Information Management. Nicole Dixon and
Danny Jacobs are published writers who have won awards for their creative
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Dixon won the Bronwen Wallace Award
and was short-listed for the Journey Prize and a CBC Literary Award. Her
fiction has appeared in Grain, The Fiddlehead, and The New
Quarterly. Her first book, High-Water Mark, a collection of short
stories, will be published by Porcupine's Quill in 2012. This winter, Nicole
will teach CRWR 3001 (fiction) for the Department of English. Nicole will read
from her upcoming story collection.
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Jacobs’ poetry has appeared in CV2
and Grain, where he placed first in the 2009 Short Grain Contest.
Recently, he was shortlisted for The Malahat Review’s 2010 Far
Horizons Award for poetry. He has poems forthcoming from The Fiddlehead.
Danny is currently finishing his MLIS degree from Dalhousie. He will read a
selection of his most recent poems.
This event is free and
open to the public. All are welcome!