Graduating students in the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction program will showcase their talents during two evenings of virtual public readings at 8 p.m. Atlantic time on Monday, March 29, and Tuesday, March 30. This year’s student projects tackle a variety of topics:

  • navigating obsessive compulsive disorder,
  • exposing one of the most serious ethical scandals in Canadian medical history,
  • documenting a year in the life of a pair of mute swans living and raising a family in Toronto’s Ashbridge’s Bay,
  • telling tales from a diplomat’s career,
  • exploring the complexity of what it means to be a mother,
  • searching for acceptance as a young woman in all the wrong (and sometimes dangerous) places,
  • and many more…

The readings are free and open to the public. Zoom webinar links will be emailed to those who RSVP. To reserve your place for Monday’s event, please RSVP to; for Tuesday’s event, please RSVP to