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ARMIN WIEBE AT THE KRAHN BARN

 Head on down to the Krahn Barn in Neubergthal, MB for a very special evening of stories and music featuring Armin Wiebe reading from his short story collection, Armin's Shorts, and Paul Bergman performing music from his new CD Anthropology.

DATE: Saturday, June 4

TIME: 7 p.m.

LOCATION: The Krahn Barn

ADDRESS: 4134 Rd1W Neubergthal

TICKETS: $25

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Call 204-324-1612 

 

*This event marks the official opening of the Herdsman House Guest House and Artist in Residence.
A portion of the ticket sales will go towards subsidizing working artists coming to the Herdman House.

Listen to Paul Bergman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfVWo1goc-Q 

 

9780888015461ARMIN'S SHORTS
Showcasing a selection of stories from Armin Wiebe's 30 year writing career, Armin's Shorts features tales from the familiarly fictitious Mennonite community of Gutenthal, re-imagined origin stories from the Tlįchǫ of the subarctic, and flights of pure fantasy set in modern day Winnipeg.

Funny enough to make your "grandmother sit up in her black trough coffin and laugh," and so gut wrenching you'll feel "that clunk in the heart, and that wrunsch in the stomach," master story teller, Armin Wiebe, presents a veritable smorgasbord of short stories that cover the gamut of human experience with a wry sense of humour, a stern sense of justice, and a warm and tender heart.

 

 

ArminWiebe2015Armin Wiebe is the recipient of the Margaret Laurence Award for Fiction and the McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award. He has four published novels, one play, and his short stories have appeared in numerous anthologies. A teacher for many years, Armin Wiebe is now retired and lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Last modified onWednesday, 18 May 2016 13:42

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Saturday, June 4
7 p.m.
The Krahn Barn
4134 Rd1W Neubergthal

Turnstone Press

206-100 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, MB   R3B 1H3
CANADA
 
Ph: 204-947-1555; Toll Free: 888-363-7718
 

Turnstone Press acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Manitoba Arts Council, the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund, and the Province of Manitoba through Manitoba Culture Heritage, Tourism and Sport.

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