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COVID COLLECTIONS By Stephanie Florence Now Available

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COVID COLLECTIONS will officially be launched on October 23 at LitFest, with a panel discussion.

COVID COLLECTIONS By Stephanie Florence Now Available

COVID COLLECTIONS is a community collaboration between members of a??a'?a??a'?a'?a??a??a'?a??a??a'?a??, amiskwacîwâskahikan (Beaver Hills House or Edmonton) and from the greater Alberta region inclusive of BIPOC, disabled, 2SLGBTQIA+, mothers, sisters, daughters, artists, performers, poets, writers, academics, and more.

This collection of stories, artworks, poems, and writings account for the individual struggles that people have faced during COVID-19. Struggles may be universal, but they are not equal; some of our communities have been significantly impacted.This book offers readers a chance to connect with Edmontonians and have compassion for the folks they make eye contact with or brush against on the street.

COVID COLLECTIONS will officially be launched on October 23 at LitFest, with a panel discussion, 12:00 pm -1:30 pm, featuring Story Collector Lebogang Disele, editor Autumn Sjølie, and Story Collector and SkirtsAfire Artistic Director Annette Loiselle, hosted by Soni Dasmohapatra.

The panel discussion is a free, in-person event at Latitude 53 (10242 106 st), with an option to view it online.

Register for LitFest Event. COVID COLLECTIONS is available for purchase at Glass Bookshop, in the Tix on the Square gift shop, Audreys Bookstore and SkirtsAfire.com.


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