Qwerty Reads: April Photos


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!


Martin Ainsley and Henry Adam Svec rock the soundcheck.


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


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


The 1947 Kitchen Party Disaster in full swing.


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


Qwerty fiction editor Andrew Ramos picking out his readings.


Greg Everett spins some dark drama.


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


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


Jeramy Dodds waxes poetic over dolphins, angels, pterodactyls…

It's a Qwerty lovefest!

It’s a Qwerty lovefest!


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