January 2016

01/14/2016

 
Thursday, January 21, 2016 at 7:15pm
The Hamilton Poetry Centre will be in the bookstore to welcome their first guest poet of 2016,
Robyn Sarah
recipient of the 2015 Governor General's Award for Poetry 
(My Shoes are Killing Me),
The poetry reading will follow an open mic session.
For more information please visit the Hamilton Poetry Centre
Bryan Prince Bookseller (1060 King Street W., Hamilton)
Free, everyone welcome


Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 6:30pm
We will be on hand as
gritLIT: Hamilton’s Readers and Writers Festival presents
In Conversation with Lawrence Hill
gritLIT is proud to present an intimate conversation with international award-winning author Lawrence Hill.
Join Hill as he discusses his latest book, The Illegal, his writing process
and the posthumous publication of his sister Karen Hill’s novel, Café Babanussa.
Hosted by CHCH’s Annette Hamm
.
Hamilton Waterfront Trust Centre Theatre (57 Discovery Drive)
Tickets:  Adults $20 (Click here to buy adult tickets)
Students/Seniors $15 (Click here to buy student/senior tickets)
This event is part of Hamilton Winterfest.


Sunday, February 7, 2016 at 2pm
The Process Project
welcomes a force-of nature: storyteller, theatre maverick and visual artist,
Lisa Pijuan Nomura.
 Find out how Lisa curates and transforms personal stories into successful one-woman theatre shows. Learn about the beautiful collisions between visual art-making and expert story-telling. Let Lisa guide you in a fun exercise of building a story from a random conversation about food.
For more information about Lisa, please visit her website.
 
The Process Project: It’s a conversation. It’s a workshop. And it’s for anyone interested in creativity and how art is made.
Curated and facilitated by Krista Foss.
  Bryan Prince Bookseller (1060 King St. W)
Tickets: $25
Visit the Process Project on  Facebook


Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 7pm
We are excited to be participating in
The Walrus Talks Healthy Cities,
presented by McMaster University.
Guest speakers for the evening are:
Miranda Hill (author, Sleeping Funny)
Nick Saul (author, The Stop: How the Fight for Good Food Transformed a Community & Inspired a Movement)
Andre Picard (Globe & Mail)
Jennifer Heisz (McMaster Dept of Kinesiology)
Gerry Wright (McMaster Institute for Infectious Disease Research)
Santee Smith (Dancer/choreographer)
Tim Potocic (Supercrawl)
David Braley Health Sciences Centre (100 Main St. W. Hamilton)
Tickets $12 adults, $6 students.
To order tickets or for additional details, see here
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Thursday, March 3, 2016 at 7:15pm
The Hamilton Poetry Centre will be in the bookstore to welcome their guest poet,
Cara-Lyn Morgan,
The poetry reading will follow an open mic session.
For more information please visit the Hamilton Poetry Centre
Bryan Prince Bookseller (1060 King Street W., Hamilton)
Free, everyone welcome


Sunday, March 6, 2016 at 2pm
The Process Project welcomes
novelist, poet, filmmaker, director, actor, and professor,
Sky Gilbert
Sky is one of Canada's most controversial artistic forces. He was the co-founder and Artistic Director of Buddies in Bad Times Theatre in Toronto and is the founder of Hammertheatre in Hamilton. He has written numerous novels and plays, as well as several films. For more information about Sky please visit his website.
The Process Project: It’s a conversation. It’s a workshop. And it’s for anyone interested in creativity and how art is made.
Curated and facilitated by Krista Foss. 
Bryan Prince Bookseller (1060 King St. W., Hamilton)
Tickets: $25
Visit the Process Project on Facebook



Sunday, April 3, 2016 at 2pm

The Process Project wraps up with visual artist, Musician and writer,
Tor Lukasik-Foss.
Tor is a visual artist, a member of the band Tiny Bill Cody, and a frequent contributor to Hamilton Magazine. For more information about Tor please visit his website.
The Process Project: It’s a conversation. It’s a workshop. And it’s for anyone interested in creativity and how art is made.
Curated and facilitated by Krista Foss. 
Bryan Prince Bookseller (1060 King St. W., Hamilton)
Tickets: $25
Visit the Process Project on  Facebook 


Monday, April 4, 2016 at Noon
We will be on hand as Na'amat Hamilton presents their
31st Annual Celebrity Luncheon with award-winning author of Ru,
Kim Thúy

Adas Israel Congregation (125 Cline Street South, Hamilton)
Tickets: $25 adult / $22 students & seniors (available at the bookstore)
Ticket includes a light lunch.

For additional information please see
here.

There are a lot of exciting events coming in April, including: the gritLIT Festival; a launch for the much-anticipated debut adult novel by Hamilton author, Gary Barwin; the annual author night fundraiser for CFUW with Marina Endicott; and more....watch for details.

 


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