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Leo Brent Robillard at the Kingston WritersFest

Meet Leo Brent Robillard at the Kingston WritersFest and settle down for a fabulous evening of passages from Robillard's latest, The Road to Atlantis, set to a specially designed orchestration by the WritersFest house band.

Should be a beatifully groovy evening.

 Date: Saturday, September 26

Time: 9-11 p.m.

Location: Bellevue Room - Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront

Address: 2 Princess St, Kingston, ON

9780888015550The Road to Atlantis
Following the coast on their summer vacation, the Henrys stop at the beach to break up the monotony of their road trip. Matty and Nat build castles in the sand as Anne and David take turns minding the children. A moment of distraction, a blink of the eye, and the life they know is swept away forever.

Like shipwrecks lost at sea, each member of the family sinks under the weight of their shared tragedy. All seems lost but life is long. There are many ways to heal a wound, there are many ways to form a family, and as the Henrys discover, there are many roads to Atlantis.

 

 

Leo Brent Robillard is an author and an educator. His work has appeared in various magazines, journals, and anthologies in Canada and abroad. He is a past recipient of the George Johnston Poetry Prize, the Ray Burell Award for Poetry and the Cold Steel Crime and Mystery Award. He is the author of three Turnstone Press novels, Leaving Wyoming, Houdini’s Shadow, and Drift. He lives, teaches, and writes in Ontario.

For more information go to: https://www.kingstonwritersfest.ca/events/43-saturday-night-speakeasy/

Last modified onThursday, 03 September 2015 16:24

Additional Info

Saturday, September 26
9-11 p.m.
Bellevue Room - Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront
2 Princess St, Kingston, ON

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Turnstone Press acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Manitoba Arts Council, the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund, and the Province of Manitoba through Manitoba Culture Heritage, Tourism and Sport.

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