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Little Brother Presents What We Talk About: Putting Out

What We Talk About, Little Brother Magazine's quarterly lecture series, returns with its second edition of talks, this time on the theme of putting out.

Speakers include:

Anupa Mistry, music and pop culture writer, on Nicki Minaj and feeling yourself.

Michael Cobb, U of T professor, on not putting out in literature.

Adam Nayman, film critic, on Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac.

Hosted by Monica Heisey, author of the forthcoming essay collection, I Can't Believe It's Not Better.

Curated by Peter Merriman.

Doors at 8pm / Show starts at 8:30 PM sharp

Tickets are $7 in advance, or free with the special $15 purchase of Little Brother Magazine No. 5 via A limited number of $10 tickets may be available at the door.

Please consider buying advance tickets, as this event has previously sold out. ---

Following the talks, the speakers will engage in a group discussion, mix and match ideas, and invite audience questions and conversation.

What We Talk About was originally founded by Peter Merriman and Alicia Louise Merchant in 2012, and is now part of Little Brother Projects.

We acknowledge the support of the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council. Thank you, also, to the Drake Hotel for their continuing support.

Little Brother Presents What We Talk About: Putting Out

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