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Ted Dyck with Luann Hiebert at the Neighbourhood Cafe

The Mennonite Literary Society Presents
Ted Dyck

reading from his multi-genre workTed2_WinR

Wednesday, January 23rd 2013; 7:30 p.m.,
Neighbourhood Café

898 Westminster Avenue, Winnipeg.

With Luann Hiebert reading her poetry including the poems published in Rhubarb #32, launching our Money Issue.

Ted Dyck, Ph.D.

At times and in places has been writer (poetry, fiction, essays); writer-in-residence; editor; scholar; mentor; businessman; professor; pseudo-hermit; instructor; brush salesman; ranch-hand; and so on.

Currently director of “Writing for Your Life ” for CMHA(SK) and editor ofTRANSITION, a magazine for, by, and about persons with lived experience of mental illness.

Operates a writing, editing, and workshopping service called WorDoctor. Interests include — fly-fishing, cross-country skiing, snooker, Bach and Gould, the classical guitar, cognac. Lives in or near Shaunavon SK.

Luann Hiebert

has read at  CYRK, Speaking Crow, Thin Air Jazz party, University of Manitoba, Sampler for Carol Shields Symposium on Women’s Writing (2009), and presented papers at Symposium in Honour of Robert Kroetsch (2012), and the Symposium on Manitoba Writing (2012).  Her publications include The Society and Rhubarb as well as Mennonite conference magazines, the Mennonite Brethren Herald and The Recorder.

She is a PhD Candidate studying English Literature at the University of Manitoba, where her interests include women’s writing, and Canadian poetry.

She is an adjunct faculty member at Providence University College teaching such courses as Literature from the Romantic Period, Literature from the Victorian Era, Major English Writers I: Pre-19th Century, Major English Writers II: 19th Century to the 21st Century, Canadian Literature, English Composition, and Business Communications.

 

 

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