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Work by Students and Instructors of Trent’s Creative Writing Program to be Showcased at April 30 Event


Open to the public, free event presented by the Cooked & Eaten readers’ series

Wednesday, April 25, 2007, Peterborough

Nine instructors and students from Trent University’s Creative Writing Program will read from their personal work as part of the Cooked & Eaten readers’ series on Monday, April 30 at 7 p.m. in Scott House, Traill College.

During the evening event, writers Michelle Berry, Judy Fong Bates, Christine Greatrix, John Hobson, Julie Johnston, Richa Khandelwal Bhat, Karen Lander, Laura Rock and Cheryl Runke will share their stories of isolation, incest, teenage boredom, personal journeys through a motherland, and much more. All readers are part of the Creative Writing Program at Trent, which is run through the Department of Continuing Education.

The Cooked & Eaten is a reading series based in Peterborough, Ontario that promotes new and adventurous authors to an engaged and informal audience. The series profiles writers of fiction and poetry as well as acoustic musicians, lecturers, performance artists, and other aficionados of the written word.

For more information, please contact Trent University Continuing Education at (705) 748-1229 or visit the Cooked & Eaten website at www.cookedandeaten.com.

This free, public event is sponsored in part by the NIND Fund and Titles Bookstore.


For more information, please contact:
Jennifer Kerswill, Continuing Education, (705) 748-1011 x7318