Qwerty Reads: April Photos

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Cue the harmonica solo.

And so came and went this year’s final instalment of Qwerty Reads–we’re already getting wistful. Many thanks again to Wilser’s Room for being a gracious venue, to The 1947 Kitchen Party Disaster for the musical moods, and to Steven Suntres for organizing and emceeing. Thanks to our student readers: Greg Brown, Greg Everett, Andrew Ramos, Rebecca Salazar, and to Philip Crymble for reading a story by Mike Meagher (and to Mike, for being there in spirit from Rhode Island). Finally, thanks aplenty to Jeramy Dodds, our featured reader and notorious UNB writer-in-residence for a reading few of us will be forgetting soon, and for a blast of a year.

Keep an eye on this space for news about the double-launch of our Doubles Contest Chapbook with Echolocation, and for word about our upcoming issue 33. Qwerty on, friends!

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Martin Ainsley and Henry Adam Svec rock the soundcheck.

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Qwerty’s editorial assistant Katie and reader Alex enjoying the weather on the Wilser’s patio…

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… no, seriously. There was no snow in sight?!

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The 1947 Kitchen Party Disaster in full swing.

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Qwerty fiction editor Greg Brown gets serious while reading from his novel-in-progress.

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Qwerty fiction editor Andrew Ramos picking out his readings.

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Greg Everett spins some dark drama.

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A surprise cameo from Jack the Dog, the most literate pup in New Brunswick.

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Fiddlehead poetry editor Philip Crymble stepped in to read a short story for Mike Meagher.

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Jeramy Dodds waxes poetic over dolphins, angels, pterodactyls…

It's a Qwerty lovefest!

It’s a Qwerty lovefest!

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