Stevie Cameron at Concordia, Friday March 9th

March 9, 2012
Stevie Cameron
7:30 p.m.
Henry F. Hall Building, Room H-407,
1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W., Montreal

“From On the Take to On the Farm”

Award-winning investigative journalist Stevie Cameron will discuss her work and career at the Reader’s Digest Annual Lecture Series in Journalism.

Cameron is author of acclaimed best sellers On the Farm: Robert William Pickton and the Tragic Story of Vancouver’s Missing Women (Knopf Canada, 2010), based on her coverage of the notorious serial-killer case; and On the Take: Crime, Corruption, and Greed in the Mulroney Years (1994), her exposé of Canada’s 18th prime minister.

This public lecture is presented thanks to the generous support of the Reader’s Digest Foundation of Canada and Concordia’s departments of Journalism and English.

Free admission  | Open to all

Information: or 514-848-2424, ext. 4978

Writers Read Concordia

The tradition of literary readings at Concordia predates the existence of the university itself, as such events were held well before Sir George Williams and Loyola merged in 1974. The series, now known as Writers Read at Concordia, invites renowned and emerging authors, both Canadian and international, to read from and discuss their work with students and local audiences. In addition to readings, the series includes Master Classes and professional development activities, some open to the public and others only for Concordia students. Collaborations with Concordia’s School of Canadian Irish Studies, The Pilot, the Atwater Poetry Project, Bishop’s University, the Université de Montreal’s Department of English, and other organizations make the series possible. The Concordia Bookstore acts as bookseller for all major readings. Another activity offered in affiliation with the Concordia English Department, the Summer Literary Seminars is held annually in Montreal, Kenya, and Lithuania. As one of the world's largest and most innovative international writing programs, SLS offers partial scholarships and academic credit to full-time Concordia students. The program brings together the finest American, Canadian, European, and African writers and literary scholars with their host counterparts in a two-week flurry of writing related activities. Faculty have included such writers as: Amy Bloom, Robert Coover, Dave Eggers, Ed Hirsch, Denis Johnson, Colum McCann, Jayne Anne Phillips and George Saunders. Registration is required. Additional tuition subsidies are available through the Dean's office. For more information, contact Mike Spry. Writers Read at Concordia is supported by the Department of English, the Creative Writing Program, and Concordia University. The Writers Read Series also receives funding assistance from the Faculty of Arts and Science.

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