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Battle of the Bards

I can say I’m reading at 7th Annual Battle of the Bards, following in the Ottawa footsteps of Sandra Ridley and Christine McNair. 4 BookThug authors are up this year.

The 20 established and upcoming poets selected to grace the IFOA stage this year are: David James Brock, Claire Caldwell, Elizabeth Greene, Kate Hargreaves, Laurence Hutchman, Ellen S. Jaffe, Jill Jorgenson, Ralph Kolewe, Max Layton, Jimmy McInnes, Bruce Meyer, Sarah Pinder, Pearl Pirie, Talya Rubin, Vanessa Shields, Peter Unwin, Zachariah Wells, Shoshanna Wingate, Deanna Young and Liz Worth. IFOA welcomes back NOW Magazine’s Susan G. Cole to host this year’s event.

That’s on the 25th in Toronto at Harbourfront. Press Release.

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