POETS & PAINTERS at Foy House – April 21st, 2024

POETS & PAINTERS at Foy House – April 21st, 2024

POETS & PAINTERS
Sunday, April 21st

Please join us for the opening reception of POETS & PAINTERS, a group show of paintings, drawings & collage in support of Foy House. Eight poet/painters – Norman Allan, Clara Blackwood, David Bateman, Philip Cairns, Brenda Clews, Raymond Helkio, Jennifer Hosein, and Daniel Maluka – will present a ten-minute set of poetry from 1 – 5 pm, followed by an open mic. The exhibit runs from April 21 – 30. Foy House is located at 92 Isabella Street in Toronto.

 

 

Imperial Pub Poetry Reading, February 1st, 2024

Imperial Pub Poetry Reading, February 1st, 2024

Imperial Pub Poetry Reading

Join us on February 1st at 7 pm for a poetry reading and open mic hosted by David Bateman and featuring poets Norman Allan, Otoniya J. Otok Bitek, Stedmond Pardy, Georgia Wilder, Bänoo Zan and myself. It promises to be a great evening!

The Imperial Pub is located at 54 Dundas St. E. in Toronto.

 

Speakeasy Reading Series – October 18th, 2023

Speakeasy Reading Series – October 18th, 2023

I am honoured to be a part of the Speakeasy Reading Series reading on Wednesday, October 18th.

The reading will be online and in-person at Glad Day Bookshop starting at 7 pm EST.

Registration is only required if you will be joining on Zoom.

The event is free, with a suggested donation of $5-15 at the door (all proceeds go directly to student readers). No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Masks are mandatory when not eating or drinking. There will be beverages (including alcohol) available for purchase.

Glad Day Bookshop is located at 499 Church St, Toronto, ON M4Y 2C6, and is just a short walk from Wellesley Station. Street parking is also available.

With readings from:
Kristyn Dunnion
Britta Badour
Jennifer Hosein
Alya Somar
Noa Raanan

Hosted by Alex Cafarelli and Chi-Leung Lee

We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts through The Writers’ Union of Canada. This event is produced with the support of the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council and the League of Canadian Poets.