Bookfest 2022 – Indigenous Voices

Saturday, October 17, 2022 at 7 PM EDT Chimczuk Museum, 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor ON N9A 7J1 Bookfest - Festival du Livre Windsor: Indigenous Voices "To end off our biggest day of festival events, we will be heading over to the Chimczuck Museum for our Indigenous Voices spot light. The readings will take place in the... Continue Reading →

When We Were: We Will Be

Word Vancouver 2022 Sunday, September 25, 2022 4PM to 5PM PDT 515 West Hastings St. Vancouver, BC V6B 5K3 "The past dictates the end and at the same time doesn't. Queer Indigenous People have existed from the very beginning and will continue on. A narrative of responsibility and submission of queer Indigenous existence denies us... Continue Reading →

An Evening of Daring Dreams

Thursday October 6, 2022 at 6pm PT at Massy Books 229 E Georgia St, Vancouver, BC V6A 1Z6 On Thursday, October 6 at 6pm, join Massy Arts, Massy Books, and Indigenous authors Justene Dion-Glowa and Tyler Pennock for An Evening of Daring Dreams, a double launch event of their books Trailer Park Shakes (2022, Brick Books) and Blood... Continue Reading →

TIFA – Healing Wounds with Words: Dominic Hoey and Tyler Pennock

September 23 at 8:30pm ET Brigandine Room, Harbourfront Centre Pictured: Dominic Hoey and Tyler Pennock "Join New Zealand poet Dominic Hoey and Canadian poet Tyler Pennock for intimate readings and frank discussions revealing honest explorations of trauma from colonial violence and illness. Pennock is a Two-Spirit adoptee from a Cree and Metis family in Alberta whose debut poetry collection Bones examines... Continue Reading →

Toronto Launch: BLOOD

Monday October 3, 2022 at 7pm ET at GLAD DAY BOOK SHOP 499 Church St, Toronto, ON M4Y 2C6 Join us in celebrating the release of Tyler Pennock's second poetry collection, Blood, at Glad Day Bookshop! Hosted by Farzana Doctor (author of You Still Look the Same). Blood follows a Two-Spirit Indigenous person as they navigate... Continue Reading →

May 31st at 7pm Lost Launches

Location: Clinton's Bar 639 Floor St West in Toronto! "Toronto Poet Laureate Al Moritz, the City of Toronto, The Art bar and the League of Canadian Poets are teaming up to create a series of book launches to celebrate the Toronto poets and poetry collections that were published throughout the pandemic. This series aims to... Continue Reading →

National Poetry Month: Intimacy

From the League of Canadian Poets: "This National Poetry Month, we invite you to celebrate with the theme of INTIMACY. We crave it. We fear it. We are ready to build walls against it and dive headfirst into its open arms. Intimacy is the closeness we feel with those who love us, given freely through... Continue Reading →

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