Monday, August 21, 2006

Readings in Toronto

I'm wondering why there is not more flow between New York, Philly, Boston, DC, and Toronto. People do email to ask where they should read in various cities and that's often a difficult question--part of reading is a conversation isn't it? So it seems to me that one should read where one thinks one will connect with an audience...but perhaps once again I'm too blunt. In any case, do go to Toronto, and do check out Mark Truscott's Test Reading Series. Where in Montreal?? Someone tell me quick. And I do know that these are not the only two cities in Canada...and I do know that the American cities above are NOT the only cities...readings anyone?

Oh, and do check out the online recordings Mark offers on Test, too.
Thursday, August 24, 7:30 p.m.
Toronto Free Gallery (note special location)
660 Queen Street East
Pay what you can ($5 recommended), all of which goes to the readers

Please see the series site ( for information on and
recordings of past readings featuring Stephen Cain, Margaret
Christakos, Brian Joseph Davis, Jay MillAr, Lisa Robertson, and Rachel

Stay tuned as Test embarks on a special two-month celebration of the
number twenty-three with readings by, among others, Jason Christie
(launching his new book, i-Robot), Diana Fitzgerald Bryden, and
Nathalie Stephens.

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