Surrey Muse Program July-November 2019

Art work by David Hale

Session 16
July-November 2019

July 26
Author Veeno Dewan
Poet Kyle McKillop
Performer Angel Edwards
Open Mic Opener Karen Schauber
Host Nefertiti SheLah Morrison

August 23
Author Asel Omar
Poet Isabella Wang
Performer Saroop Soofi
Open Mic Opener Tamar Vokey
Host Fauzia Rafique

September 27
Author Chimedum Ohaegbu
Poet Jessica Johns
Performer Tim Mar
Open Mic Opener Randeep Purewall
Host Mariam Zohra

October 25
Author Shazia Hafiz Ramji
Poet Ian Cognito
Performer Bill Arnott
Open Mic Opener Enna de Guzman
Host Jovian Radheshwar

November 22
Author Dorothy Christian
Poet Johnny MacRae
Performer Summer Pervez Sultan
Visiting Author Sharon Berg (Toronto)
Open Mic Opener Winston Le
Host Sana Janjua

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Surrey Muse program is put together twice a year, in Nov/Dec for January-June session, and in May/June for July-November session. Dates are blind-picked by participants through an invitation. Participants are invited from a recommendations list that stays open throughout the year. To recommend authors, poets and performers to be featured at Surrey Muse, use the email address at the bottom of this post or try the online recommendations form

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Shazia Hafiz Ramji – Surrey Muse

Shazia Hafiz Ramji is a poet, novelist and editor who won the Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry for her first book ‘Port of Being’ in 2017, and the book is now being launched by Invisible Publishing. Her chapbook, ‘Prosopopoeia’ was published by Anstruther Press in 2017, and her poetry, fiction, and non-fiction have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Best Canadian Poetry 2018, The Humber Literary Review, and Quill & Quire. Shazia is an editor for Metatron Press, Canadian Women in the Literary Arts, and she serves as a publishing consultant, board member, and editor for various journals and organizations across Canada. She will be appearing at the Vancouver Writers Festival, and giving a writing workshop and editorial consult at the Surrey International Writers’ Conference. Earlier this year, Shazia founded the Intersections Reading Group, a series dedicated to discussing race, gender, and class in writing and in life. She lives in East Vancouver where she is working on a second book of poems and a novel.

More on Shazia is here
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Contact Shazia
shaziahafizramji@gmail.com

At the September 28 gathering of Surrey Muse, Shazia will be the Booksigning Author. More information about the event is here:
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September 28-2018 Gathering of Surrey Muse

75th Gathering

September 28, 2018
Author Malcolm van Delst
Poet Wil George
Performer Endangered Species
Open Mic Opener Saroop Soofi
Booksigning Author Shazia Hafiz Ramji
Featured Art by Christi Belcourt
Host David Macilwain

5:30 – 8:30 PM
Room 405 – City Centre branch
Surrey Public Library
Phone: (604) 598-7420
(Surrey Central skytrain)

Open Mic
Book Table
Refreshments

Free event
Donations welcome

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Surrey Muse gatherings take place
on the unceded territories of the
Kwantlen, Katzie, Musqueam,
Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.

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