Bookmark This! June 26 - July 2nd, 2007
Your weekend schedule is wide open for drunken Canada Day celebrations, readers (but why not go to Dimentia 5's poetry slam?)... still, there are a few interesting things happening during the week- namely, "The Poet" Di Cicco on Wednesday and CreativeJames Dewar's Hot-Sauced Words Thursday. Plus the usuals!
Tuesday, June 26th:
Wednesday, June 27th:
The East End Writers' Group meets for constructive criticism of members' fiction, poetry, drama, creative non-fiction, etc.
O'Connor Dr. and St. Clair Ave. E. 7-10pm. Free. For more info contact Sharon Crawford.
Fitzhenry and Whiteside Limited Publishers presents Two Books, One Launch; the official launch of Daryl Hine's new book Recollected Poems 1951-2004, and Blaise Moritz's poetry book Crown and Ribs.
Bar Italia. 7:30 - 9:30pm. Free.
Mansfield Press and Spacing magazine celebrate Toronto's Poet Laureate Pier Giorgio Di Cicco as he launches his newest, Municipal Mind: Manifestos for the Creative City. In association with the Italian Chamber of Commerce of Toronto. RSVP to email@example.com
Gladstone Hotel, 2nd Floor Gallery. 7:30pm.
Thursday, June 28th:
Hot-Sauced Words is an interactive poetry/spoken-word event hosted by CreativeJames
Dewar featuring Duncan Armstrong plus another surprise feature reader. Poetry challenge to take place.
It's Not a Deli. 8:30pm (open-mic sign-up 8:15pm). Pass-the-Hat admission.
Toronto Public Library's Canada Council Heritage Series continues with Lydia Kwa, author of The Walking Boy.
Eatonville Branch. 2 pm. Free.
Friday, June 29th:
Sunday, July 1st:
Dimentia 5 presents its annual Late Night Canada Day slam, featuring two-rounds of 10 poets. $150 prize. Hosted by Dave Silverberg and Electric Jon.
Dominion Pub. 10:30pm sign-up, 11pm slam. $5. After-party included.
Monday, July 2nd:
Indiepolitik presents Strong Words, a reading series introducing writers, poets, spoken word artists, rappers, playwrights, activists, etc. Advocating literacy along with the Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy.
Gladstone Hotel, Art Bar. 8pm. PWYC.
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