AMAZING NEW STUFF
An impromptu reading series featuring people with AMAZING NEW STUFF to showcase. Delightful and hard to find elsewhere, some of this stuff, so new you can only find it here, on the night of. Also a little bit challenging, this stuff, but in a good way, letting you know you're there and alive in the audience, getting back as you good as you're giving i/t/o attention and care.
David Egan - Pro calibre playwright and philosopher, reading from his upcoming essay in Chicago's The Point magazine: 'S
eeing Double: Children and Animals'.
Kathryn Mockler - A poet heavily decorated for her poetry, reading from her collection that's forthcoming from DC Books: 'The Saddest Place on Earth'.
Shari Kasman - Writer of fiction and non-, artist and musician, all about town, reading captions to a photo essay in Toronto's Little Brother magazine: 'Runts Around the Block'.
Chris Graham - Freelance journalist, amanuensis and impresario, reading from his essay just off Toronto's TFN Press: 'And of course there were sock puppets: from the KKK's National Congress, lessons about honesty, life, and the setting for regular adult life, anywhere.'