Ottawa Public Library and the Association des auteures et auteurs de l'Ontario français, in partnership with Library and Archives Canada and La Nouvelle Scène, are pleased to announce the next session of la Croisée des mots [Where Words Meet], a series of monthly readings by Francophone Canadian authors that takes place during happy hour (5 à 7).
- In French only
- Tuesday, January 21, 2020
- 5 to 7 pm
Come and meet writer Daniel Soha. Daniel was born in 1952 in Aix-en-Provence (France), to parents of Hungarian origin. He comes from a background of migrant miners and artisans. After stays in Bolton (England), New York, Paris, Toronto and Boston, he now resides in Toronto, where he works as a translator, primarily for UNICEF and Morningstar, an American company. Daniel also creates literary works and writes regular columns and criticism for various Canadian magazines. He has published three novels with Éditions du GREF, as well as a book of short stories and the French versions of two collections by Canadian poet Thomas Scott. His most recent novel, Chroniques tziganes II, ou La Légende de Joe Magarac, received the Christine Dumitriu van Saanen Award.
- La Nouvelle Scène
- 333 King Edward Avenue
- Ottawa, Ontario
Seating is limited, so please register.
This series was made possible through the support of the following organizations: the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts, the City of Ottawa and Canadian Heritage.