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Diana Gabaldon's new book!

GREAT NEWS! We have the books and are ready to distribute them. If you purchased a book during the Festival, and indicated you'd pick it up in Moncton, come on over!

We're at 140 Botsford St. (Aberdeen Cultural Centre), on the second floor (suite 21).

Here's our schedule for this week.
Monday to Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
**OUR OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAY, JULY 3.**

Feel free to call ahead if you wish or if you need to set up an appointment outside of these times: 859-4389.

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Frye Festival Executive Director

The Frye Festival announces the departure of its Executive Director, Danielle LeBlanc, who has lead the organization for seven years. “Danielle LeBlanc's exemplary professionalism and devotion throughout the years have allowed the Frye Festival to grow and become a must-attend readers' and writers' event with an exceptional reputation throughout the country and internationally” declared Suzanne Cyr, the Frye Festival Chair. Danielle LeBlanc will be in office until August 31, 2017.The Festival's Board of Directors is actively looking for a new Executive Director and invites anyone interested in event management and the literary sector to apply. Detailed job description here.

Survey

The Frye Festival wishes to know more about its audience. We invite you to fill out this short survey (5 mins) if you attended this year's edition and did not fill one out in person. Your answers will guide us in future years. Thank you!
We want your feedback Fill out our short survey to help us improve the Festival

Thank you!

From April 22 to April 30, 40 authors were in Greater Moncton to feed imaginations by taking part in 50 events open to the public, including conversations, writing workshops, readings, and book launches, as well as school visits.

Thank you to everyone who participated and shared your love of reading, writing and ideas. We had an amazing week filled with insights, laughs and learning. Thank you to our sponsors for their continued support of the Festival. With their help, we are able to offer a varied program for children, youths and adults. A special thank you to our devoted volunteers! All the work you do makes the Festival a success!


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2017 Frye Festival!

Get all the details about our events and authors.
Author list here.
Ticket info here.
Complete schedule of events here.

Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick, Oisín McGann, Dave Rudden and Deirdre Sullivan: 2017 Frye Festival authors

Each week leading up to our Preview Party on March 21, we will announce the names of festival authors.

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Ami McKay and Donald Violette: 2017 Frye Festival Authors

Each week leading up to our Preview Party on March 21, we will announce the name of two festival authors.


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Katia Canciani and Wesley King: 2017 Frye Festival Authors

Each week leading up to our Preview Party on March 21, we will announce the name of two festival authors.

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Colleen Landry, Beth Weatherbee & Odette Barr (trio) and Simon Roy: 2017 Frye Festival Authors

Each week leading up to our Preview Party on March 21, we will announce the name of two festival authors.

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Winner of the second round of Frye Academy

Last Saturday at the Dieppe Public Library, the Frye Academy VIII jury of bilingual high school students debated two Canadian books, Wake the Stone Man by Carol McDougall and Le vent en parle encore by Michel Jean. We are happy to announce that Wake the Stone Man is the winner of the second debate! Find out if Wake the Stone Man or Paul a un travail d'été by Michel Rabagliati came out on top during our Preview Party on Tuesday, March 21!