The Muses Reading Series brings together Ottawa’s poets and musicians. Please join us for the sixth reading, featuring poetry by Nadine McInnis and music by Kathleen Johnson.
Friday, February 8, 2008
8pm at Rasputin’s, 696 Bronson Avenue, Ottawa.
Poetry by Nadine McInnis.
Music by Kathleen Johnson.
Admission is free, but donations are welcome – please help support the local arts community. For more information about The Muses Reading Series, contact Mike Buckthought at helios –at– ncf.ca.
Featured readers and musicians:
Nadine McInnis is the author of five books of poetry, the most recent being Two Hemispheres and First Fire / Ce feu qui devore, one book of fiction, Quicksilver, and one book of literary criticism on the love poems of Dorothy Livesay. She lives in Ottawa where she teaches in the Professional Writing Program at Algonquin College.
Kathleen Johnson has been working for over 20 years as a music therapist in long term care, and one of her favourite spare time activities is to spend time in the studio recording. Her latest project was the release of her CD entitled “You Might As Well Live,” a compilation of poems of Dorothy Parker set to original music.