Celebrating the Launch of “Painted Voices”

The pandemic has impacted all our lives in a myriad of ways including how we celebrate our successes such as birthdays, graduations, and even book launches. We are planning a virtual launch in the coming weeks for Painted Voices and will post details when they become available. For now a small gathering with some of the participants and media was held this Saturday in the parking lot adjacent to the former St. Joseph Hospital site. Congrats to all those involved. Please see the link below to the Sudbury Star coverage of our launch.


Tom Leduc, left, and Bernie Hughes, of the Sudbury Writers’ Guild, display copies of Painted Voices. The chat book features poems and short stories about the General Hospital and the mural painted on the former hospital. John Lappa/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network

Tom also posted the following pictures of the authors/poets receiving copies of their works on his Facebook Page.

For information on ordering a copy of Painted Voices please please fill out the following form. [Please select the preferred method of contact (phone versus email) it defaults to phone.]

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About Andy Taylor

Originally from Sault Ste. Marie, Andy has called Sudbury home since 2006. has been a reader and writer of speculative fiction from an early age thanks in no small part to his mother's frequent trips to the library. He is a member of the Sudbury Writers' Guild, a graduate of the Viable Paradise workshop, and a member of the CODEX writer's forum. You can find him on Twitter @SooGuy68 where he often talks about writing and his love for all things time travel.

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