Tag Archives: Robert Heidbreder

A week of culture and literacy

This past week, a bevy of CWILL BC authors took to the stage to perform at venues around the lower mainland. On Friday, September 25th, Lori Sherritt-Fleming and Silvana Goldemberg led a fantastic workshop—Writing with Writers—to celebrate Canada Culture Days … Continue reading

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A Launch for Robert Heidbreder’s Latest Book – Tomorrow, May 13th!

Publisher’s description: As night falls on a soft summer evening, neighborhood children are drawn out of their houses by the sights and sounds of the world after dark. First the fireflies come sparkling past, followed by a host of domestic … Continue reading

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Animated trailer for CWILL BC event

CWILL BC poets Robert Heidbreder and Tiffany Stone will be presenting at a joint Roundtable and CWILL BC event called Poetry Please on November 22, 2013. I made this animated video using the art of illustrator Lori Joy Smith (with … Continue reading

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Imagined Controversies: Black and Bittern Was Night by Robert Heidbreder

An ongoing series wherein totally make-believe persons voice their totally fake concerns regarding totally real books written by CWILL BC writers. Dear Mr. Writer Hideabreeder, You call this a Hallowe’en book! True, it may be written in a jibberish spooky … Continue reading

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Radioheads

Congratulations to Linda Bailey and Robert Heidbreder, who were recently interviewed by Sheryl McKay on CBC’s North by Northwest! If you’d like to listen, you can find them on the show’s podcasts for May 7 (Linda) and April 30 (Robert). … Continue reading

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