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Artelle, Worth, Dawson, Sinaee and Casteels

The traditional night before the fair poetry reading at the Carleton Tavern is June 14th, doors 7pm; reading 7:30pm. This time the Factory Reading Series has readings/launches by:
Steven Artelle (Ottawa), Liz Worth (Toronto), Kanina Dawson (Ottawa), Bardia Sinaee (Toronto) and
Michael e. Casteels (Kingston). What a wonderful lineup. I wish I were in the country for this.

Anyone who does go, bootleg a tape of the readings and youtube it, please?

Pre-Fair reading is upstairs at 223 Armstrong Street.

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