Exploring Identity with Hollay Ghadery
Tuesday May 18, 2021 | 7:00PM - 8:00PM
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Join Hollay Ghadery for a dynamic discussion about her autobiography: Fuse. Hollay will also be discussing a deleted chapter from her book that, in light of the sex-positive movement, she wishes she'd left in.
Hollay Ghadery is a writer living in small-town Ontario. Her fiction, non-fiction, and poetry have been published in various literary journals, including The Malahat Review, Room, Grain, and The Fiddlehead. In 2004, she graduated from Queen's University with her BAH in English Literature, and in 2007, she graduated from the University of Guelph with her Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. She is the recipient of the Constance Rooke Scholarship in Creative Writing, as well as Ontario Arts Council grants for her poetry and non-fiction. Hollay is the force behind River Street Writing—a collective of freelance writers who create exceptional content and provide creative consultancy services for personal and professional projects.
A portion of the proceeds from this reading will go toward Durham Region's Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Services to support the recovery of individuals suffering from mental illness.