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Walking in Poetry

Robert Peake’s tube map relabels the London underground to poets’ lives.

You can collaborate on making something the same for Ottawa, but more multi-media tonight. Add poems, memories, ideas to the map of what Ottawa feels like.

Monty Reid is running a hands-on mapping literary Ottawa project. Anyone can drop in and participate. The last session of mapping Ottawa 7 or 8 poets put their ideas on the table. The second time is tonight at 6:45-7:45 pm at Arts Court, floor 2.

See a post on it at Local Tourist Ottawa.

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  1. Very cool!

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