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Desi Di Nardo Profiled in Lake Simcoe Living

Guernica author Desi Di Nardo is profiled in the Summer 2009 issue of Lake Simcoe Living. Says Di Nardo, “Some of my earliest and fondest memories are of the time spent outdoors at [Lake Simcoe], and in nearby woodlands. Now, I spend most of my summer at the lake. The themes that are consistent in many of my poems are of nature and animals. Not only do they act as a source of inspiration but, also, I’m intrigued by the interrelatedness of all living things. Many poems in my book emerge from my respect, love and admiration for our striking Canadian wildlife. Lake Simcoe is one of my greatest muses.”

Read the full profile online at Lake Simcoe Living:

Di Nardo, author of The Plural of Some Things from Guernica Editions, is scheduled to read in several locations around Lake Simcoe in coming months.

Thursday, July 23, 2009, 1-2pm
Beaverton Public Library
401 Simcoe St., Beaverton, Ontario [map]

Sunday, July 26, 2009, 2-3pm
Georgina Arts Centre and Gallery
149 High St., Sutton West, Ontario [map]

Friday, August 14, 2009, 9am
Lake County Literary Lapses
Leacock Museum
50 Museum Dr., Orillia, Ontario [map]
Please register no later than 8am on the day of the event

Tuesday, September 15, 2009, 7-8pm
Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library
100 Holland Court, Bradford, Ontario [map]

Thursday, October 22, 2009, 1-2pm
Newmarket Public Library
438 Park Ave., Newmarket, Ontario [map]

To order The Plural of Some Things:

Canada: University of Toronto Press Distribution (800-565-9523)
USA: Independent Publishers Group (800-888-4741)
Europe: Gazelle Book Services (0-152-46-87-65)

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