Northwestern B.C. author and paramedic Graeme Pole will visit the Prince George Public Library on Thursday to give a talk on his book Siren Call. The book is a fictional narrative which follows an emergency medical technician as he works with Mountain EMS in Banff National Park.
The free talk will take place from 7:00 until 8:30pm at the Bob Harkins Branch on October 18. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Graeme Pole, who lives near Hazelton, has been writing professionally since 1989. His thirteen published titles have cumulative sales of more than 300,000 copies. Pole’s upcoming visit was made possible with support from the North Central Library Federation. The author’s tour of northern B.C. includes stops at 10 libraries.
The Prince George Public Library’s fall lineup of programs has included two author talks. Vanderhoof author David Griffith visited the Nechako Branch in September to discuss his series, ‘The Border’.
About the Prince George Public Library
The Prince George Public Library (PGPL) is a publicly funded library system located in the City of Prince George. Between its two branches, PGPL serves 54,921 cardholders. For more information visit www.pgpl.ca.