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Bookmark This! July 24th - 30th, 2007

Tuesday, July 24th:

Coffeehouse Cabaret: Spoken Word & Music Open Stage. Featuring: The Great Train Robbery (outlaw country revival). Hosted by Fran McCann.
Renaissance Cafe. 9pm. Free.

Edward Nixon launches his new book, Arguments for Breath.
The Central. 7:30pm. Free.

Wednesday, July 25th:

The Broken Pencil Summer Social and "Indie Style" Launch Party! Featuring an Indie Style Fashion Contest (flaunt your indie style and a panel of judges will chose winners to receive indie culture prizes). Broken Pencil #36 (on stands across Canada July 20th).
Cadillac Lounge. 8pm. $5 includes a copy of the new issue of BP.

Author Cherie Dimaline launches her new book, Red Rooms, with a reading/signing.
Gladstone Hotel, Second Floor. 6-11pm. Free.

Emily Haines and the Soft Skeleton in concert with special guest Patrick Watson. Also the book launch for Paul Haines's (Emily's father) Secret Carnival Workers. Tickets can be purchased through the Harbourfront Centre website.
Harboufront Centre Concert Stage. 8pm. $25 - $30.

Thursday, July 26th:

Hot-Sauced Words returns with interactive poetry/spoken-word, hosted by CreativeJames
Dewar
. Featuring Triny Finlay and David Hillis. Poetry challenge each show!
It's Not a Deli. 8:30pm (open-mic sign-up 8:15pm). Pass-the-Hat Admission.

Toronto Women's Bookstore and the Native Women's Resource Centre of
Toronto
's Wausnodeh Youth Program invite you to Fighting Words: Aboriginal Women Combating Colonialism Though Writing, an evening of readings, dialogue
and music featuring Cherie Dimaline, Lee Maracle, Joanna Shawana and traditional women hand-drummers.
Toronto Women's Bookstore. 7pm. Free and all welcome.

Friday, July 27th:

I.V. Lounge Reading Series continues with poetry by Peter McCamus and other readers (TBA).
I.V. Lounge. 8pm. Free.

That's it!


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