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PAST EVENTS & ARCHIVES


13 September 2006—

Inn on the Cove, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada

A Quiet, Bashful Man: remembering Malcolm by ABcp Malcolm Memorial Literary Competition authors, friends, family & artists
ISBN1895466180

L to R [foreground]: MMLC authors Susan VandeGriek, Jordan Trethewey; initiator of UNB's Malcolm MacDonald Somerville Memorial Award in History Steve Turner; author E. Diane Wile [reading]; Malcolm's father, Malcolm Somerville, Sr.; Malcolm friend & book contributor Ken Spink and his wife Sabina; background Rory Grant [L]; Darryl Wile.

  

[L] Heather Campbell, of Callahan's Bar, Saint John NB, Malcolm friend, book launch speaker and Malcolm book sales outlet; MMLC author, book launch speaker, Malcolm friend and Hampton NB lawyer, Hugh A. Cannell.


[for more, browse this site & visit www.innonthecove.com]


03 February 2006—

The Vaughan Memorial Library, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada

Relics for an Open Vault by Jason Holt—with a 47-page introduction by Liane Heller, "Essaying the Vault: on the poetry of Jason Holt."
ISBN1895466164

Scholar Liane Heller and poet Jason Holt at the Acadia University book launching event.


[for more, browse this site & visit www.acadiau.ca/]

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EVENTS TO COME


07 November 2007
[projected book launch date, location TBA]

Canadian Ceramics:
a collector's passion
ISBN1895466199

David Taylor: facetted 
	earthenware vase with crackle glaze and Japanese-type brush workThis lavishly illustrated book on ceramics in Canada covers more than a hundred years of ceramics making and history, and thirty years of collecting.

This book will be produced in collaboration with the New Brunswick Museum in Saint John, New Brunswick, where the Dr. Astrid Brunner Collection of Canadian Ceramics has been housed since 1997, and was acquired in 2005.

As of May 2007, Canadian Ceramics: a collector’s passion will have its own page on this site—meantime write for information to: Dr. Astrid Brunner at darklady@nbnet.nb.ca

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December 2008 [Canada]
Summer 2009 [Europe]

[projected book launch dates & locations TBA]

Corruptus delicti: Aschi’s story ISBN1895466202

     

One of many projected cover designs for corruptus delicti: Aschi’s story, based on a Christmas card by photographer George Steeves.

As of January 2008, ISBN1895466202 will have its dedicated page on this site—meantime info, comments, suggestions, materials to: Dr. Astrid Brunner at darklady@nbnet.nb.ca; written material will be accepted in English, German & Italian.