A Bookmark for Northern Ontario
Sudbury joins 19 locations on the CanLit map this spring!
Northern Ontario’s first Bookmark is supported by an outstanding group of volunteers, led by writer Kim Fahner, Sudbury's poet laureate from 2015-2017, whose idea it was to submit Matthew Heiti’s novel, The City Still Breathing (Coach House Books), to Project Bookmark Canada for consideration. (Kim Fahner announces the Sudbury Bookmark here.)
The city's new poet laureate, Chloé LaDuchesse, joins city librarian Jessica Watts, Sandy Crawley of National Reading Campaign, Derek Young of Sudbury Reading Town / Ville Lecture, Sudbury Arts Council Communications Intern Adric Cluff, Judi Straughn, Celina Mantler, and Heather Campbell, to celebrate the city’s vibrant arts scene. They’re raising friends and funds to the Sudbury Bookmark which will be officially unveiled on May 3, 2018, 4–5 pm, at the Townehouse.
Donate to this Bookmark via the button below—or drop your cheque, drawn to Project Bookmark Canada, at any of the Sudbury Library Branches (attention of Tammy DeAmicis). Tax receipts will be issued by Project Bookmark Canada. We are thankful to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for its support.
Read an article about The City Still Breathing Bookmark here.