home (n.): The place where one lives permanently, especially as a member of a family or household.
World War I sailors from the Orkney Islands of northern Scotland never made it home. Karen Clavelle re-animates a maritime disaster in a virtual scrapbook of voices.
Chelene Knight presents a fresh take on the memoir in her book addressed to the occupants of the places she lived with her single mother in East Vancouver.
In the latest novel by Jim Nason, a grandmother and grandson form their own family, until the boy has to create his own way in the world.
Dimitri Nasrallah portrays three generations of despots and the country they come to think of as their personal property.
Thomas Trofimuk explores lies, truth, marriage, and the many different ways of telling a story. Who can you trust when your narrator is unreliable?
Featuring an improvised performance by Caity Curtis and Stephen Sim.
PLEASE NOTE – There are no physical tickets. Though shipping options will appear in the PayPal prompt, we do not mail out tickets purchased through online sales. Your purchase is recorded and will be distributed directly to our box office staff. You may bring a print out of your PayPal receipt if you choose, but your name is all you’ll need to collect your tickets at the door.
Tickets are still available at the door.