Tag Archives: Angie Abdou


Tonight! Live With Angie Abdou

Angie Abdou at Fernie Distillers - Writing the Body in Motion


Joseph Boyden In Fernie – This Will Be An Interesting Evening

Joseph Boyden in Fernie BC - Booked! Fernie Writers' Series
It’s going to be a busy one. I would get there early. Don’t worry, there’s cheese, beer, chairs (limited) and you’re surrounded by books. It’s going to be a wonderful night.

Booked! Fernie Writers’ Series


That’s an exciting lineup. I am especially interested to attend the Joseph Boyden and Esi Edugyan readings.

An Evening Showcasing Fernie’s Creatives

fernie downtown 2nd ave

Last night Fernie showcased some of it’s finest at two separate events – Fernie Banner Project Launch and Read Local BC at Fernie Heritage Library.

The Banner Project is an opportunity for local artists to show off their work downtown Fernie and, eventually, along Highway 3. The artists (jewelery makers, painters, glass blowers, potters etc) are so different, both in age and styles, and I’m always so thrilled to be part of it.

Stories From The Summit – I was a bit late and had to deck out early but I was glad I stopped by the library to check out the discussion and readings from two local authors : Angie Abdou and Gordon Sombrowski. They were talking about writing in Fernie and how it has impacted their work. We also got a little glimpse into their works in progress, which was my favorite part.

A great evening with so many people putting their work out there, which is a very brave thing to do.

2015 Fernie Banner Project Launch Day Local Author Discussion - mountain town living

Stories From The Summit With Angie Abdou & Gordon Sombrowski

Stories From The Summit

Fernie Griz Days by Keya White

Griz Days 2011 - Keya White

Celebrate With Angie Abdou

the canterbury trail written by angie abdouFernie’s own Angie Abdou presents The Canterbury Trail on Thursday, March 3rd, 2011, from 7 to 10 pm.

Join Angie in celebrating the launch of her new novel along with live band, Shred Kelly.

In The Canterbury Trail, it’s the last ski weekend of the season in the ski-town of Coalton. As a surprise dump coats the hills, several opposing groups of townsfolk embark on a mountain adventure that will change their lives. With a mordant blend of humour and heartbreak, Angie Abdou explores the way in which we treat our fellow citizens and the landscape we love.

Book sales by Polar Peek Books.

For more information, please contact Polar Peek Books at 250-423-3736, or email Brindle & Glass at info@brindleandglass.com.

Hope to see you there!