At the Riverview Public Library, the Frye Academy jury of bilingual high school students debated two Canadian books, The Original Face by Guillaume Morisette and Six degrés de liberté by Nicholas Dickner. We are happy to announce that The Original Face is the winner of the first debate! The second and final debates will take place in February at the Dieppe Public Library with The Electrical Field by Kerri Sakamoto going up against Déterrer les os by Fanie Demeule.
The Holiday season is just around the corner and we want to celebrate with you! Starting on Monday, December 10, we will have the 12 Days of Frye which is a daily contest on our Facebook page where you can win various prizes. Simply comment and share the post to enter for a chance to win.
We want to thank our generous partners who have donated some of the prizes for the contest: Bouton d’or Acadie, Chapters, Chocolate River Publishing, Éditions Perce-Neige, Goose Lane Editions, Tidewater Books and Theatre New Brunswick.
The Frye Festival is a registered charity and we truly appreciate all donations, big and small. Your help will allow us to share the Festival experience with book lovers of all ages. In the spirit of the season, please consider donating online—it only takes a few minutes. Thank you for your support!