Posts tagged Beatrice Mosionier

Yellow Dog Reading with Halfe and Mosionier

Yellow Dog Reading change of date: Louise B. Halfe and Beatrice Mosionier

will now be reading Monday February 28, 7:30 PM, Yellow Dog Tavern (386 Donald next to the Carnegie Deli)

The Manitoba Writers’ Guild continues its third season of readings at the Yellow Dog Tavern featuring writers from Manitoba, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Newfoundland in 2010-2011. Individual admission is $10.00 at the door, reservations recommended. Reservations can now be made at   or by calling 204-944-8013. The series features 20 minute readings by two …

100 Minutes Well Spent

“If you like a lot of things I think you’re happier than if you don’t”

Spending Some Time with Beatrice Mosionier

“I found myself being much less emotional in my memoir, and I realized that may have been because it was my true-life struggle for survival. It’s how a driver might focus on avoiding a crash – no time for the emotions of those seconds. Kind of like that.”

100 Minutes with Author Beatrice Mosionier

Beatrice Mosionier is the author of two novels, a recent memoir, three childrens’ books, a play and a short film script. She is best known for her first novel, In Search of April Raintree, and its subsequent editions. She has previously worked as publisher of Pemmican Publications. She is now working on a revision of her second novel, In the Shadow of Evil. Beatrice has volunteered for numerous community activities.

Come down and find out more about this fascinating writer at this free …