An evening with George Mercer and Ulrike Narwani
7 p.m. Shoal Centre, 10030 Resthaven Drive, Sidney, B.C.
Tickets $10 (including refreshments) at Tanner’s Books and online. All proceeds from ticket sales will go to support the 2019 Sidney and Peninsula Literary Festival.
Buy tickets: November 24, 2017 – George Mercer and Ulrike Narwani
Ulrike Narwani moved to Sidney, B.C. in 2003 after living abroad for many years. She and her husband, both passionate about flying, have co-written a memoir Above the Beaten Path about their adventures flying a single-engine Cessna 182 into remote corners of the world. Collecting Silence is her debut volume of poetry. Her poem ‘Three Wishes’ was selected for the BC Poetry in Transit 2017 program.
For over three decades George Mercer worked as a national park warden in Canada, on the east and west coasts, in the North and in the Rocky Mountains. For eight of those years, he was also Monitoring Ecologist in Gulf Islands National Park Reserve. He is passionate about parks and protected areas, weaving elements of mystery and suspense into his fiction series about Canada’s national parks, Dyed In The Green.