Date/Time: Wed Nov 20, 2019, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location: Aperture Coffee Bar, 4124 Main Street, Vancouver, British Columbia


SAVE THE DATE! November 20th, 7-9pm
BOOK LAUNCH – ‘The Group of Seven Reimagined’
Aperture Coffee Bar – 4124 Main Street. Vancouver

Vancouver launch of ‘The Group of Seven Reimagined’
Celebrating the 100 Year Anniversary of the Group of Seven Canadian Modernist Landscape Painters

Celebration & Author Readings by:
Isabella Mori, Nina Shoroplova, Travis Good, Michael Mirolla, JJ Lee, Alfred DePew, Karen Schauber

Showcasing lush full-colour reproductions of Group of Seven paintings and the twenty-one works of short fiction they inspire.

“As a disciple of the Group of Seven and an aficionado of Canadian wilderness, every page gives me a little leap of pleasure.”
​- Robert Bateman

“These sharp, imaginative evocations of the world of the Group of Seven are both a joy in themselves and a welcome prompt to make us look at the paintings again. It’s refreshing to find that, a century later, they still speak to us about our lives and our country.”
– Ross King author of Defiant Spirits:
The Modernist Revolution of the Group of Seven

“The Group of Seven gave us powerful images of our country. With this intriguing book we meet the people who might have inhabited them and hear their vivid stories of loss, wonder, joy, fear, and love. The writers bring the paintings to life with new insights into the human heart and our beautiful, fragile land.”
– David Wistow, author of Meet the Group of Seven; Educator Emeritus, Art Gallery of Ontario

“I’ve updated my “Giftbook” post to include the outstanding Art/Lit offering, “The Group of Seven Reimagined” edited by Karen Schauber. It would make an ideal gift for art enthusiasts and flash fiction fans. Reasonably priced, too!
James M Fisher
The Miramichi Reader’s The Very Best Book Awards

If you cannot make the Book Launch in person, you may order a copy of ‘The Group of Seven Reimagined’ directly from the publisher
Toll-Free Order Line:

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Karen Schauber

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