Tag Archives: Ottawa Storytellers

February 02

Literary snapshot: What’s happening in February

Kathryn Hunt is a displaced Maritimer who first arrived in Ottawa 15 years ago. A published poet and freelance writer, Kate blogs, performs and talks the city’s budding literary scene at every opportunity! She also enjoys cycling and rock-climbing in her spare time. It’s probably a good thing there’s an extra day in February this year, it’s so packed with literary events. I’ll […]

Literary snapshot: What’s happening in January

Kathryn Hunt is a displaced Maritimer who first arrived in Ottawa 15 years ago. A published poet and freelance writer, Kate blogs,performs and talks the city’s budding literary scene at every opportunity! She also enjoys cycling and rock-climbing in her spare time. It’s a new year for Ottawa’s literary scene, and man, is January busy! If you resolved to explore your creative […]

C’est le weekend! … Or soon enough to start planning

Who’s says summer’s on the way out? Ottawa is teeming with action this weekend — so much so that we can’t decide what to do! But here’s a quick rundown of our fave picks to get you out and about, no matter what your passion … or poison: For its 30th anniversary, Saw Video is […]

Storytelling for adults: Kathryn Hunt spends a night with the Ottawa Storytellers

Kathryn Hunt  is a displaced Maritimer who first arrived in Ottawa 15 years ago. A published poet and freelance writer, Kate blogs,performs and talks the city’s budding literary scene at every opportunity! She also enjoys cycling and rock-climbing in her spare time. When was the last time someone told you a story? I don’t mean, exactly, the last […]

Here’s hoping for the luck of the Irish …

St. Patrick’s Day is once again upon us. And for a town with so many pubs, we all know Ottawa certainly can celebrate. Did you know that Canada is home to 4.5 million people with some sort of Irish ties? (More than 12 per cent of the population!) But even if Guinness, green beer or […]

Learning to love Ottawa and its literary scene: Welcome to Local Tourist Kathryn Hunt

Kathryn Hunt  is a displaced Maritimer who first arrived in Ottawa 15 years ago. A published poet and freelance writer, Kate blogs, performs and talks the city’s budding literary scene at every opportunity! She also enjoys cycling and rock-climbing in her spare time. I’ve been living in Ottawa, off and on, for over a decade, […]