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        Tree is Back

        Tree Reading Series returns in January 2019 as a monthly event. Each evening will include a workshop, an open mic, and two featured readers. Check out the schedule and mark your lendars! For more information on the changes to Tree and what’s in store for 2019, see our latest Tree Renews announcement.

        About Tree...

        Running since 1980, Tree is one of nada's longest-running literary events, and an essential part of Ottawa's vibrant literary community.


        Tree takes place...

        ... at Happy Goat Coffee, 35 Laurel St, 1 block northwest of Gladstone & Preston.
        ... on the 4th Tuesday of the month.
        ... free of charge. A hat is passed for donations.
        ... with lots of free parking and easy access to #11 and #14 busses.
        Tuesday, February 26

        meron Anstee + Chuqiao Yang

        7:00p Workshop with Chuqiao Yang

        meron Anstee

        Ottawa poet and small press editor, launching his debut collection.

        meron Anstee lives and writes in Ottawa, where he runs Apt. 9 Press and holds a Ph.D. in nadian Literature from the University of Ottawa. He is the author of Book of Annotations (Invisible Publishing, 2018), and editor of The Collected Poems of William Hawkins (Chaudiere Books, 2015).

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        Chuqiao Yang

        The most recent recipient of the bpNichol Chapbook Award.
        Chuqiao Yang received her Juris Doctor from the University of Windsor. Her writing has appeared in The Unpublished City, 30 under 30: an anthology of nadian millennial poets, The Puritan, Ricepaper, Arc, Prism, Filling Station, Grain, CV2, Room, and on CBC. In 2011, she was the recipient of two Western Magazine Awards for a non-fiction piece, Beijing Notes. In 2015, she was a finalist for the Bronwen Wallace Award for Emerging Writers. Her chapbook, Reunions in the Year of the Sheep, published by Baseline Press, won the 2018 bpNichol Chapbook Award. Follow her on Twitter @chuqiaoyang.
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