Goose Lane Editions is turning 60. To celebrate this historic milestone and to launch its fall season, Canada’s oldest independent publisher is throwing a gala celebration in Fredericton featuring the following special guests:
Nancy Bauer, prominent Maritime arts columnist and author of Flora, Write this Down, the first book released under the Goose Lane Editions imprint;
Herménégilde Chiasson, former Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick and celebrated artist, filmmaker, and poet;
award-winning Canadian author Beth Powning, whose beloved book Home: Chronicle of a North Country Life is being re-released in a new edition;
and Don McKay, Canada’s most celebrated poet, whose new volume, Angular Unconformity: Collected Poems, 1970-2014, is without doubt one of the most anticipated books of the season.
The event will be hosted by Goose Lane Editions publisher Susanne Alexander and creative director Julie Scriver with contributions by Dr. George A. MacLean of the University of New Brunswick.
This event is free and open to the public.
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