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The 2018 Literary Festival is now just a fond memory but never fear, we’re already starting to line up a stellar roster of authors for 2019.

Next year, the Galiano Literary Festival will be on February 22-24.  We’ll be celebrating our 10th anniversary and hope all of you can join us.

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Visit this site often for updates as things start falling into place!

Or, just send your e-mail address us at leetrentadue@gmail.com, put “FESTIVAL” in the subject line and we’ll send you regular e-mail updates as things develop!

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2018 Galiano Island Literary Festival Brochure

It’s been nine years since we first had the idea of having a literary festival on Galiano Island for those who wanted to escape the throes of Olympic Fever in Vancouver, and what wonderful years they’ve been.

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This year we are delighted to welcome back many authors who have been with us in years past including George Bowering, Charlie Demers, Theresa Kishkan, Tim Taylor and Audrey Thomas to name a few.We are also delighted to welcome many rising stars in the B.C. writing community including David Chariandy, Gurjinder Basran, Michael Harris, Ashley Little, and Leesa Dean, and to welcome many well established Canadian writers including Wayne Johnston, Michael Redhill, Kyo Maclear, and Jennifer Robson. Continue reading

2017 Workshops @ Galiano Literary Festival

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This year, there will be four workshops on Friday, February 17th. Entering Poetry by Sandy Martin, Memoirabilia by Miji Campbell, Flash Fiction by Audrey Thomas, and Write Your Memoir by Bill Schermbrucker. Details including schedule and cost for each workshop below.  Space is very limited. To register pls contact us:  (250) 539-3340 or leetrentadue@gmail.com.

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It has begun!

 

Feb 19, 20 & 21st

The festival is in full swing as of this afternoon with our 3 intimate and informative workshops kicking off what is to be an exciting 7th year!

There are tickets still available to the author readings and only select few available for the always entertaining Authors Dinner on Saturday evening.

We are all set up at the Galiano Oceanfront Inn with all of our authors books for sale and are ready for an awesome weekend!!

Happy Litfest!

 

Only 1 more day!

GALIANO ISLAND BOOKS PRESENTS

 

Only one more day until the 7th Annual Galiano Literary Festival kicks off!

Have you purchased your tickets yet?

Contact Galiano Island Books at 250-539-3340!

Tickets are selling fast and this year is shaping up to be yet another exciting and successful festival filled with fabulous authors, informative workshops and a great way to spend a weekend away on beautiful Galiano Island!!

 

 

So many authors, so much time!

Still deciding on which authors you’d like to hear from and see at this year’s festival?

Let the organizers of the Literary Festival help guide you in the right direction!

Here are some useful references and fantastic reviews of some of our authors latest work…

Aislinn Hunter – “The World Before Us”  (2014) – The Guardian Review

http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/apr/18/the-world-before-us-aislinn-hunter-review-novel

New York Times Book Review

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/19/books/review/the-world-before-us-by-aislinn-hunter.html?_r=0

Billie Livingston – “The Crooked Heart of Mercy” (2015) – The Globe and Mail Review

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/books-and-media/book-reviews/review-billie-livingstons-crooked-heart-of-mercy-is-hopeful-and-comforting/article27973512/

Kim Trainor – “Karyotype” (2015)Open Book Recommends

http://www.openbooktoronto.com/news/open_book_recommends_2015_holiday_reading_guide_part_two

Maggie de Vries – “Rabbit Ears” (2014) – Quill and Quire Review

http://www.quillandquire.com/review/rabbit-ears/

Christine Lowther – “Born Out of This” (2014) – The Malahat Review

http://www.malahatreview.ca/reviews/190reviews_fox.html

Charles Demers – “The Horrors: An A to Z of Funny Thoughts on Awful Things” (2015) – The Globe and Mail Review

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/books-and-media/book-reviews/review-new-and-notable-work-from-charles-demers-teri-vlassopoulos-and-carole-giangrande/article27250116/