Fredericton’s Odd Sundays Reading Series takes place at Corked Wine Bar, 83 Regent Street in Fredericton. The door opens around 1:30 pm, and readings occur from 2–3:30 pm.
Featured readers for Apr 2 are Riel Nason and Lisa Alward. Riel Nason is the author of two novels set in New Brunswick: All The Things We Leave Behind (2016) and The Town That Drowned (2011). Among the many awards bestowed upon The Town That Drowned are the 2012 Commonwealth Book Prize. She lives in Quispamsis with her family. Lisa Alward is the 2015 winner of The Fiddlehead short fiction prize for her story Cocktail. Originally from Halifax, she lives in Fredericton where in addition to writing short fiction she teaches clear writing and works as a freelance writer/editor. Odd Sundays at Corked is Fredericton’s longest-running, semi-monthly-perpetually-hyphenated-poetry-and-more —like-an-open-mic-set-and-book-draw—reading series.