Reading and Q&A – David Huebert, UNB Writer in Residence

April 22, 7:30 p.m.

Cost: FREE

AX is pleased to host an online reading followed by a question and answer session with current UNB Writer in Residence, poet David Huebert, on April 22, 7:30 p.m. Huebert will read from his collection of works, followed by a question and answer session where you’ll have the opportunity to ask him questions about his writing process, published works and more.

Though AX is offering this event free of charge to the public, we strive to pay artists a fair wage and we are covering a reading fee for the author. All are welcome to attend. Please email info@axartscentre.ca to request the Zoom meeting information. 


About David Huebert

David Huebert is the 2020-2021 Writer in Residence at the University of New Brunswick. David’s fiction was the winner of the 2016 CBC Short Story Prize, a finalist for the 2020 Journey Prize, and a National Magazine Award nominee in 2018 and 2019. His fiction debut, Peninsula Sinking, won a Dartmouth Book Award and was runner-up for the Danuta Gleed Literary Award. His second poetry collection, Humanimus, appeared in 2020. A new story collection, Chemical Valley, will be published by Biblioasis in 2021. 

To learn more about David and his works, please check out his Twitter page or Facebook profile. You can also purchase his works online, through the Bookmark Halifax website.