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Toronto Reading

Wednesday, February 23, 2011
The Press Club, 850 Dundas Street West, Toronto
Admission is free.

The Pivot in February: Pearl Pirie, reading from Been Shed Bore (Chaudiere Books) alongside Carolyn Smart (Hooked, Brick) + Adam Seelig (Every Day in the Morning (Slow), New Star Books)

If you’re in the Toronto area, hope I can see you while I’m in town.

Can’t wait? Want to go to Pivot right away?

You’re in luck. Pivot is tonight with Catherine Black (her experimental memoir A Hard Gold Thread is forthcoming with Guernica Editions, fall 2011), Claudia Dey (her non-fiction: How to Be a Bush Pilot: A Field Guide to Getting Luckier, HarperCollins) and Melanie Janisse (with her poetry collection Orioles in the Oranges, Guernica).

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  1. I got Been Shed Bore finally! Love the
    mid-band riffs n licks.

    It is possible to order from Canada.
    Houston and Philly are still further planets,

  2. ah, excellent. Glad to hear Jim.

    yes, distribution can be an almost mystic thing.

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