David Day was born and raised in Victoria, British Columbia. He is a poet and author who has published over 40 books of poetry, ecology, history, fantasy, mythology and fiction. David Day’s books – for both adults and children – have sold over three million copies worldwide and were translated into twenty languages.
Anne Campbell is an award winning Canadian writer, editor and arts advocate. Her works include six collections of poetry, the most recent, The Fabric of Day, new and selected poems, from Thistledown Press, 2017, nominated in 2018 for Sask Book Awards: the Poetry and City of Regina awards; edited works, including Regina’s Secret Spaces: love and lore of local geography, and Biblio Files, a history of the Regina Public Library, from the UofR Press; the extensive Dunlop Art Gallery catalogue, Mind the Gap; magazine and journal anthologized stories, nonfiction and poetry , as well as musical compositions performed internationally.
The Planet Earth Poetry reading series is a launching pad for the energies of writers and poets established and not. The evening begins at 7:30 with an open mic, followed by a featured reader(s). Planet Earth Poetry is located at Hillside Coffee and Tea, 1633 Hillside Ave (across from Bolen Books). Between 7 and 7:15, put your name in the hat to read at open mic.