Proposal Title

SESSION 1.1: Reading from Echolocation: Fiction from the BC Interior

Presentation Type

Individual paper

Location

IB 1010

Start Date

3-5-2019 3:15 PM

End Date

3-5-2019 4:45 PM

Abstract

Kamloops author and creative writing instructor Karen Hofmann will read from her newly-released work of BC-based fiction, Echolocation. In this collection of short stories, characters struggle to connect or disconnect from entanglements and relationships. A newlywed pair of students transform into feral beasts during the hardships of a remote research expedition; backbiting faculty members strip down during a post-conference BBQ; an heretical nun explores the possibility of a new life by imaginatively excavating the fossils of BC's Burgess Shale; and an overly-ambitious bylaw officer determines to make her mark on the city's suburban streets.

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May 3rd, 3:15 PM May 3rd, 4:45 PM

SESSION 1.1: Reading from Echolocation: Fiction from the BC Interior

IB 1010

Kamloops author and creative writing instructor Karen Hofmann will read from her newly-released work of BC-based fiction, Echolocation. In this collection of short stories, characters struggle to connect or disconnect from entanglements and relationships. A newlywed pair of students transform into feral beasts during the hardships of a remote research expedition; backbiting faculty members strip down during a post-conference BBQ; an heretical nun explores the possibility of a new life by imaginatively excavating the fossils of BC's Burgess Shale; and an overly-ambitious bylaw officer determines to make her mark on the city's suburban streets.