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.
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: http://ow.ly/lr4qW
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.