In partnership with the Campbell River Museum
Looking to learn more about how to write your novel? How to get your notes organized, set deadlines for yourself, find the flow of words, and everything else that writing a book entails?
You’re invited to the Campbell River Library on Feb. 9th from 1-3pm for a talk by Eden Robinson, the Writer in Residence at Haig-Brown House, to talk about her creative process. Everyone is welcome.
Eden Robinson, who comes from Kitimaat, BC, is one of the most prominent Indigenous writers currently working in Canada. She has won multiple awards for her writing, including the Writer’s Trust Fellowship and the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize. Most recently she has been working on her Trickster trilogy, with the first installment of the series having been shortlisted for the 2017 Giller Prize.