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Literary evening at Living With Lakes Feb. 6

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Feb 01, 2014 - 10:37 AM |
Local author Matthew Heiti will read from his debut novel, "The City Still Breathing", at a Feb. 6 event. Supplied photo.

Local author Matthew Heiti will read from his debut novel, "The City Still Breathing", at a Feb. 6 event. Supplied photo.

Sudbury author Matthew Heiti and former Sudbury resident and poet Margaret Christakos will read from their works at Laurentian University's Living with Lakes Centre Feb. 6.

Heiti, the playwright-in-residence at the Sudbury Theatre Centre, will read from his debut novel, "The City Still Breathing". It's a crime book about a dead body that is found on the side of Highway 17 outside Sudbury.

Christakos will read from her ninth collection, "Multitudes". It's a rousing, witty foray into a timely frontier of public spaces, poetic forms, private longings and virtual relocations.


The event starts at 6:30 p.m., and will be followed by an open mic.

A similar event featuring Heiti and Christakos is being hosted by Laurentian in Barrie — where the university has a satellite campus — starting at 7 p.m. Feb. 5 at the Creative Space at 12 Dunlop Street East.

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