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Exposition Galerie Luz, jusqu'au 21 mai 2005

Author: Christina - Published At: 2005-05-05 08:04 - (842 Reads)
Galerie Luz vous invite...

Yellow Door, Thursday, May 12, 2005

Author: Christina - Published At: 2005-05-03 23:32 - (869 Reads)

Sunday-@-the Saidye, Sunday, May 8, 2005

Author: Christina - Published At: 2005-05-03 18:24 - (825 Reads)
“Once you learn how to die, you learn how to live.” Morrie Schwartz

ICN Newsletter: Reminder Next ICN Meeting, May 7, 2005

Author: Christina - Published At: 2005-05-03 01:29 - (1738 Reads)
Reminder, next ICN meeting
Date: Saturday, May 7, 2005
TIme: 7.00 pm (prompt)
Address: The Double Hook Book Shop, Basement level
1235A Greene Avenue, Westmount, Montreal

IC Meeting Agenda
Welcome to everyone who joins us at the next meeting. Please bring any work-in-progress, whether it be music, spoken word, publishing project or other creative work that you may wish to share with the group. We begin the evening by briefly introducing all members present, then scheduling sufficient time for sharing our creative work. This is followed by coffee break/chat/networking. Members are then free to present their original works (we recommend 10-15 minutes each), followed by group comment and critique. (Please note this is optional and voluntary). Finally, we open the discussion to any current IC projects, reports or possible new initiatives and action plans we would like to implement. All welcome - we look forward to seeing you there! Nearest Metro, Atwater. IC Contact telephone: 514-807-4171

Geordie Productions, Brahm and the Angel, May 6 - 15, 2005

Author: domenica - Published At: 2005-05-02 17:18 - (864 Reads)
Geordie Productions is producing a beautiful play entitled Brahm and the Angel

Montreal to celebrate International Laughter Day, May 1st at Zeke’s!

Author: domenica - Published At: 2005-04-28 17:25 - (1217 Reads)
Come and leave your stress and frustrations at Zeke’s door on
International Laughter Day! Celebrate during an afternoon of free
entertainment and workshops guaranteed to get you laughing and put you in a good mood.

Montreal writers find strength in numbers, By Dahlia Liwsze

Author: Christina - Published At: 2005-01-26 23:40 - (8277 Reads)
Concordia Link Article on ICN

By Dahlia Liwsze

A writer's life is not an easy one. It's blood, sweat and tears, staying passionate and dedicated; revising and revising until the product is finished. It is the heartache of the dreaded rejection letter, while trying to get published. It is also a life of isolation from peers in the artistic community, a community that can offer encouragement, constructive criticism and put you in the public eye. With all these constant obstacles and more preoccupying a writer's mind, how can one work and stay connected to an encouraging community of fellow writers and artists?

Patience is a virtue on the road to self-publishing, by Dahlia Liwsze

Author: Christina - Published At: 2005-01-26 00:07 - (1949 Reads)
Concordia Link Article: 17 Sept, 2003
The road to becoming a published writer is long and challenging. Writing your book is the easy part. Publishing it, on the other hand, is not so easy. Not only do you have to research publishing houses, but you also have to experience rejection until your book is accepted. And of course, one must also endure the torment of wondering if anyone will ever accept it.

News Article on ICN, The Concordian, by Ellen Reid

Author: Christina - Published At: 2004-01-26 23:26 - (8615 Reads)
Anyone who has tried to get published, or researched the logistics of it, comprehends the immense and frequent hurdles: the time-consuming (and costly) sending of manuscripts (and many large houses will only work through literary agents), the soul-destroying letters of refusal, and the barriers of the many literary prizes only open to published writers. And once your precious book has been accepted, how much editorial control is left to the author?
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