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New DVP author Timothy Niederman will be reading from his novel Wall of Dust at Clark Memorial Library, 538 Amity Road, Bethany Connecticut at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 18, 2015.

Join us for Deux Voiliers Publishing's

Third Anniversary Book Launch at Prose in the Park, June 6, 2015 in the Parkdale Park, Ottawa, 11 am to 6 pm.

 

Featuring: Gerry Fostaty (Stage Business), Norman Hall (Four Stones), Jason Lawson (Frack Off ), Sean McGinnis (Stark Nakid), and Timothy Niedermann (Wall of Dust).  Click here for more details.

RECENT EVENTS BY DVP AUTHORS

NICK SIMON LAUNCHES NOTHING TO HIDE IN BERLIN, GERMANY

 

DVP author Nick Simon will be launching his debut novel,  Nothing to Hide, at Saint George's Bookshop in Berlin. Nick is one of two DVP Canadian authors who live and write in Europe. Click here for the Nothing to Hide page.

 

Saturday May 16th

Saint George's Bookshop

Wörther Str. 27

Prenzlauer Berg

Doors open at 19:00

Free Admission

Su J. Sokol reads again in Montreal at Poetry. Prose. Music & Magic - February 22 - 5-8 pm


Love upside down, fantasized, or not to be found.

Featuring Su J. Sokol, Cora Siré, Greg Santos, Barry Webster, Satellite Shrines & Matt Risk. 

Admission is free. There will be books for sale along with wine, beer and cocktails. 

Please join us by the fire as we share art and warmth at the Lounge L'Un et L'Autre, 1641 Amherst, Montreal, Quebec.

 

Click here to join the Facebook invitation.

Please be our guest at a CD and Book Launch at the fabulous Jazz Bistro in Toronto featuring musician Lawrence Cotton and DVP author Gerry Fostaty

March 15, 2015 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. at The Jazz Bistro 251 Victoria St., Toronto (just south of Dundas Square)
Yes, there is parking, under Dundas Square, or just north of Dundas.

Lawrence Cotton will be launching his new CD "Hoping You'll Happen This Way", and will perform a set with his band. 
Gerry Fostaty will launch his new novel "Stage Business", and read from it. (thankfully, he will not sing)

Both CDs and books will be available for purchase, and Lawrence and Gerry will be pleased to sign your copies.

We hope you'll be able to make it. RSVP to Facebook invitation here.

Toronto Book Launch of Twisted Reasons

 

Geza Tatrallyay launches his international crime thriller, Twisted Reasons, on December 13, 2014, 3-5 pm. at the Windup Bird Cafe, 382 College Street, Toronto.

 

Click here for details.

Su Sokol reads in Bristol U.K. and Paris

 

November 27 at the Roll for the Soul Cafe (Bristol) and December 4 at the British and Commonwealth Women's Association (Paris).

 

Click here for details.

 

DVP Author Caroline Vu short-listed for Concordia University First Book Prize

 

In what the Montreal Gazette has described as this "this year’s biggest underdog story," Caroline Vu was short-listed for the coveted Concordia University First Book Prize. See here for details.

 

About Palawan Story, the Concordia University First Book Prize jurors wrote:

 

"Caroline Vu shows us what refugees live through – the atrocities, the inhumanity, the fear. She takes us beyond the images we’ve seen on TV and illustrates the consequences of the physical and psychological rupture with one’s homeland, language and culture. 

 

A wonderfully written and vibrant novel." 

 

Caroline has also just landed a book deal for her second novel That Summer in Provincetown with Guernica Editions, one of Canada's most prestigious publishers. 

 

 

How to Create a Biking Paradise in Montreal?

 

MAISON DES CYCLISTES

 

Tuesday 14 october, 5-7 pm

 

1251, rue Rachel Est, Montréal

 

Book Reading and Discussion with Su J. Sokol, Author of Cycling to Asylum

 

and Zvi Leve, spokesperson of Rue Publique and Coalition Vélo de Montréal

 

Free Admission. Books signed by the author will be available for sale

 

Con Cú and Caroline Vu at the NYFA, Oct. 18, 2014

 

Join these two DVP authors for a fascinating evening of photography, art and literature at the prestigious New York Foundation for the Arts. The event starts at 8:30 pm and is free. No reservations are required. Complimentary wine bar. Everyone is welcome.

Click here for details.

 

 

NYFA 20 Jay St, 7th Floor, Brooklyn

 

Su J. Sokol at CAN-CON Oct. 3-5

 

DVP Author Su J. Sokol will be reading on three panels at CAN-CON, Ottawa's annual conference in Speculative Arts and Literature. She will also be signing copies of her novel Cycling to Asylum. Details here for CAN-CON

 

Don't you wish you could have been in Paris with Caroline Vu and company? It was a highly successful launch of Palawan Story. Wine, words, music and art in the City of Lights, sigh... You can still read about it though on Southern World Arts News

Meet Mike Young

the Bard of Hintonburg

 

At Perfect Books, 258 Elgin,  on September 20

 

 and at Books on Beechwoods on September 27, 2014

 

Click here for details

Su J. Sokol's Montreal launch of Cycling to Asylum on June 19 was a resounding success according to the Drawn & Quarterly MC and blogger Marcela Huerta (in photo above). You can read her blog entry here.

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