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Overleaf Cafe and Bookshop

on February 26th, 2011 by Rebeccca

Hidden away in the Medical building at the corner of Cook and Pandora in Victoria, BC is a little bookshop and cafe, The Overleaf. This snug little space, created by Barbara Julien, is now one year old and is celebrating with a show of gorgeous BIRD ART PHOTOGRAPHY by Elizabeth Woods and Caspar Davis (until end of March) and a series of  Saturday literary events. If you would like to take in any of these events, please pre-register at naturalreviews (at) hotmail (dot) com

Feb. 26th, 2 – 4 pm: Free-lance Writing: Can you still make a living at it? In the changing media landscape it is harder, but possible!
Tips, opportunities, handouts, q and a.
$10 – refreshments included.

March 5th, 2 – 4 pm: Stories From Victoria’s Past: Readings from recent works of fiction and nonfiction (free with purchase of drink or snack). Vanessa Winn, Larry Grey, June Perry, Rosemary James Cross and others … (with open mic)

March 12th, 1 – 4 pm: Labyrinths, Mazes and Sacred Geometry, an interactive workshop with Aryana Rayne (author of Labyrinths of British Columbia).
$20 - refreshments included.

April 9th, 2 – 4 pm: ‘No Regrets’ – a workshop in creative living, by Heather Loewen, fun and stimulating, based on her book 101 Reasons To Be Yourself
$20 – refreshments included.

April 30th, 2 – 4 pm: Readings from the Gadrian Poetry Group (free with purchase of drink or snack). Includes an ”open mic” — all poets welcome.

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