Jane Munro and Katherine Lawrence are two of the finest writers the country has to offer. They’ll be offering a reading together this Thursday, November 30 at 7:00 pm in the St. Peter’s College Library in Muenster.  

Munro is an award-winning poet, writer and educator. She’ll be reading from her latest collection “False Creek”, published in 2022. She will also be delving into previous works including her sixth collection, “Blue Sonoma”, which won the 2015 Griffin Poetry Prize. Munro is also the author of “Open Every Window”, a haunting look at the ordeal of losing her husband to dementia.  

Katherine Lawrence has written chapbooks, collections of poetry and a young adult verse novel, “Stay”. Lawrence has won the John V. Hicks Long Manuscript Award for “Black Umbrella”, and she’s been nominated for several Saskatchewan Book Awards. A former writer-in-residence with the Saskatoon Public Library, she coaches emerging and established writers, offers writing workshops, and holds a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing from the University of Saskatchewan. 

Join these talented writers for an evening of finely crafted words.