Saturday, 12 January 2013

POETIC JUSTICE @ HERITAGE GRILL


Featuring JOANNE ARNOTT, PHINDER DULAI, FAUZIA RAFIQUE with Host, ALAN HILL

January 13, 2013
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JOANNE ARNOTT

PHINDER DULAI


FAUZIA RAFIQUE

ALAN HILL

POETIC JUSTICE
HERITAGE GRILL, BACKROOM
3-5 pm Sunday Afternoons

447 Columbia St, 
New Westminster,
~ near Columbia Station
January 13, 2013

This Sunday’s Host: Alan Hill



JOANNE ARNOTT is a Canadian Métis author who writes poetry, non-fiction and children’s literature... & is a chronic blogger.  
Visit PJ's WEBSITE for more deets.

PHINDER DULAI is the author of two poetry books: Ragas from the Periphery(Arsenal Pulp Press, 1995) and Basmati Brown (Nightwood Editions, 2000). 
 Phinder Dulai was poetry editor for the South Asian quarterly, Ankur. His poetry is published in a number of journals: Ankur, Canadian Literature, Offerings, Matrix, Memewar Magazine, Cue Books Anthology, Rungh, The Capilano Review, Canadian Ethnic Studies, Toronto South Asian Review, sub-Terrain and West Coast LINE. His work also appears in Making a Difference: Canadian Multicultural Literature (Oxford University Press, 2007).

FAUZIA RAFIQUE is a South Asian Canadian writer of fiction and poetry. Her English and Punjabi writings have been published in Canada, Pakistan, and on the Web. Print titles include a bilingual poetry chapbook, Passion Fruit/Tahnget Phal (Uddari Books, Surrey 2011), novel Skeena (Libros Libertad, Surrey 2011). This has also been published in Punjabi Gurumukhi (and in Punjabi Shahmukhi. She had earlier published an anthology Aurat Durbar, Writings of Women of South Asian Origin from Toronto (Sumach Press, 1995). 
 Fauzia worked as a Screenwriter for Pakistan Television, and adapted the first novel of Fyodor Dostoevsky titled Poor Folk (1846) in Punjabi, and Altaf Fatima’s Urdu novel ‘Dastak Na Do’.  She also wrote an original play on the profile of a Rag Picker. Visit: Uddari Weblog         

ALAN HILL recently launched his premiere poetry book,

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