Inaugural Friday Literature Reading Series Jan. 11
Long time Cranbrook resident Dave Butler is the inaugural author at the St. Eugene Resort Friday Literature Reading Series on Friday, January 11.
Butler’s first book, Full Curl, won the Arthur Ellis Award, for the Best First Mystery in Canada. His second in the Jenny Willson mystery series, released this fall, No Place for Wolverines, is gathering equal acclaim. Writing from Cranbrook, Dave is making an impact on CanLit nationwide.
Fernie author/journalist and Vice President of the Federation of BC Writers, Keith Liggett, will interview Dave on the origins of No Place for Wolverines and how he incorporates contemporary events into the narrative to create a compelling story. Dave will read parts showing the connections.
The evening Literature Series Reading is free. Books will be for sale following the reading.
St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino will host an intimate dinner for 10 with Dave Butler prior to the Literature Reading. The Executive Chef will prepare a three-course dinner—appetizer, main and dessert—for the group. The dinner is $49 including gratuity. Reservations are required. To make a reservation all the St. Eugene Resort 250-420-2000.
The reading gets underway at 7:30 p.m. Free admission. No host bar.