Pivot Launch October 15

It is from the tips of my toes that I announce the opening night of the Pivot at the Press Club reading series: Wednesday October 15, 2008.

We’ll be breaking with tradition right away with four readers for the price of three:

Alex Boyd
Alex Boyd lives in Toronto.  He writes poems, fiction, reviews and essays, and has had work published in magazines and newspapers such as Taddle Creek, dig, Books in Canada, The Globe and Mail, Quill & Quire, The Antigonish Review and on websites such as The Danforth Review, and Nthposition. He booked and hosted the I.V. lounge reading series for five years, and is co-editor of the online journal Northern Poetry Review.  His personal site is alexboyd.com, and his first book of poems Making Bones Walk was published in 2007, winning the Gerald Lampert Award.

Leigh Nash
Leigh Nash is a writer, editor and MFA student in Creative Writing at the University of Guelph. She is the volunteer coordinator for the Scream Literary Festival and a reader for Bywords, an Ottawa-based literary journal. Her work has appeared in Carousel, Exile, Misunderstandings Magazine and the Ottawa Arts Review. She is the co-founder of The Emergency Response Unit, a Toronto-based chapbook press, which is releasing its first five titles in November 2008.

Rebecca Rosenblum
Rebecca Rosenblum is a writer of short stories, some of which have been or will be seen in Exile Quarterly, Danforth Review, The New Quarterly, Journey Prize Stories 19, Joyland, Best Canadian Short Stories 08, and Coming Attractions. Her first collection, Once, came out in September from Biblioasis.

Paul Vermeersch
Paul Vermeersch is the author of three collections of poetry, most recently Between the Walls (M&S, 2005). His next collection of poems, The Reinvention of the Human Hand, will be published by McClelland & Stewart in 2010. He is the poetry editor of Insomniac Press and a teacher at Sheridan College. He lives in Toronto.

The Press Club is located at 850 Dundas Street West, three blocks west of Bathurst on the north side of the street, and easily accessible by both the Dundas and Bathurst streetcars. The party starts at 8 and goes till late. No cover, no hat.


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