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Daniel David Moses Reading

Daniel David Moses Reading Presented by Cultural Affairs

Date:  February 25, 2008

Time:  10:00 AM

Venue: Leigha Lee Browne Theatre (NEW LOCATION)University of Toronto Scarborough

1265 Military Trail

FREE Admission - All are welcome.

Hosted by

Trisha Lamie

Daniel, a registered Delaware Indian, was born in 1952 and grew up on a farm on the Six Nations lands located on the Grand River near Brantford, Ontario. He holds an Honours B.A. from York University and a M. F. A. from the University of British Columbia. For Coyote City, Daniel was a finalist nominated for the 1991 Governor General’s Literary Award for Drama.

In early 2004, Daniel accepted invitations to the 2004 Adelaide Festival Writers Week in South Australia and the Neva Book Forum in St. Petersburgh in the Russian Republic. He was Poet in Residence for Myty, Ktere Nas Spojuji/ Myths That Unite Us, the Prague-Toronto-Manitoulin Island Theatre Project (University of Toronto Scarborough) with productions in Prague Czechoslovakia and Toronto, Manitoulin Island and Montreal Canada.

Currently, he teaches at Queen’s University Drama Department in Kingston, Ontario and pursues independent writing projects.

The 2007-08 Literary Series is presented by Cultural Affairs and Bluff's Restaurant and is sponsored by MBNA, Manulife Financial, and TD Meloche Monnex.

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