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Inanna double book launch in Montreal


7:00pm
- 9:00pm
Friday September 5 2014

Venue: Librairie Drawn & Quarterly
Address: 211 Bernard Ouest, West Mile
Cost: Free
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Please join us for a book launch and discussion with Montreal author, Phyllis Rudin, author of the novel Evie, the Baby and the Wife and award-winning author, Ursula Pflug, author of the graphic novel, Motion Sickness for an evening of readings, revelry, and refreshments. Free! http://www.drawnandquarterly.com/    http://inanna.ca/

 

Organizer:reneeknapp@inanna.ca

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Inanna Publications (Inanna Publications Inc.)
Toronto & Ottawa
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Inanna Publications is a publisher of fiction, poetry and non-fiction. We hope you will discover some of the the finest feminist writing, both by well-known feminist authors and emerging women writers, that offers you new, innovative and diverse perspectives on a wide variety of women's issues -- perspectives that have the potential not just to educate or entertain, but to excite, enhance and motivate your passion for change.

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