Jay Ruzesky lecture at Maritime Museum in Victoria

Join Jay Ruzesky this Wednesday, May 29th for his presentation and lecture on Antarctic exploration, with readings from his new travel memoir, In Antarctica: An Amundsen Pilgrimage.
Event details:
Maritime Museum of BC, 28 Bastion Square, Victoria
7 PM, Wed, May 29, 2013
Admission: $6, Children and museum members free

For more information, please visit the Maritime Museum website:

Jay Ruzesky’s fiction, poetry, and non-fiction has been published in Canada and internationally and translated into Spanish, Portuguese, and Russian. His previous books include Blue Himalayan Poppies, Painting the Yellow House Blue, and Am I Glad To See You. His first novel, The Wolsenburg Clock, was shortlisted for the City of Victoria Butler Book Prize and a ReLit Award. He has been on the editorial board of The Malahat Review for over twenty years and is co-founder of Outlaw Editions. He teaches English, Film Studies, and Creative Writing at Vancouver Island University and lives on Vancouver Island.

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