Monday, September 16, 2013

 



The Revelator Tour

Sunday, September 29
Toronto


This is not a “writing workshop” per se, but rather a look at some recent developments in writing & how they relate to (are driven by) the world we share, with an eye to looking at how we can use our own poetry to encourage, reflect, & engage change that is more than mere fashion. Topics of discussion will include Modernism and the poetics of capitalism, world-system analysis, gender capital, writing beyond capitalism, and poetry as a post-capital (or even post-everything) venture. Participants will come to the workshop having read a variety of material and will be prepared to participate in a discussion of this material and share their own work in relation to the readings.

192 Spadina Avenue
1:00 – 5:00 PM

Limited to 12 participants
Register here

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Tuesday, October 1
Toronto

BookThug Fall Toronto Book Launch
 

Supermarket
268 Augusta Avenue
7:30 PM 

Readings to begin at 8:00 pm.
Free. Books will be for sale.
For more information, visit
here

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Wednesday, October 2
Toronto

Pivot Reading Series

The Press Club
850 Dundas Street West
8:00 PM

Hosted by Jacob McArthur Mooney
PWYC. Suggested donation of $5.00
For more information, visit
here

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Thursday, October 3
Ottawa
 
AB Reading Series 

Reading with Rae Armantrout
 
Ottawa Art Galley
2 Daly Avenue
7:30 PM

Hosted by Max Middle
For more information, visit
here

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Saturday, October 5
Montréal
 
This is not a “writing workshop” per se, but rather a look at some recent developments in writing & how they relate to (are driven by) the world we share, with an eye to looking at how we can use our own poetry to encourage, reflect, & engage change that is more than mere fashion. Topics of discussion will include Modernism and the poetics of capitalism, world-system analysis, gender capital, writing beyond capitalism, and poetry as a post-capital (or even post-everything) venture. Participants will come to the workshop having read a variety of material and will be prepared to participate in a discussion of this material and share their own work in relation to the readings.

Location: Library Building, Room 646
1400 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West
1:00 – 5:00 PM

Limited to 12 participants
Register here

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Saturday, October 5
Montréal

BookThug Montreal Launch 

Reading with Colin Fulton

Librairie Drawn and Quarterly
211 Bernard Ouest
7:00 PM

Hosted by Michael Nardon
Free. Books will be available for purchase.
For more information, visit
here
 

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