Nov. 26: Daccia Bloomfield, Catherine Graham and Mike Knox

Pivot is back November 26, featuring Daccia Bloomfield, Catherine Graham and Mike Knox.

Daccia Bloomfield is a writer, visual artist and independent curator. For several years, she co-directed an art gallery called Virus Arts, which lovingly served Toronto’s diverse arts and literary communities. She is a founding and contributing member of the art collective/small press “Good Morning Press”. Daccia is currently employed by the Canadian Foundation for AIDS research. She lives and works in downtown Toronto.

Catherine Graham is the author of The Watch (Abbey Press), Pupa (Insomniac Press), and The Red Element (Insomniac Press).  She teaches creative writing at the University of Toronto where she was nominated for an Excellence in Teaching Award and Life Writing classes in Burlington at Discovery Landing. Her work has been published in such journals as The New Quarterly, The Literary Review of Canada and The Fiddlehead. As creativity consultant, Catherine has led her unique workshops through GlaxoSmithKline, BookExpo, York University and Environics Communications. She is Vice President of Project Bookmark Canada. Visit: www.catherinegraham.com

Michael Knox is the author of the internationally acclaimed poetry collection The North End Poems and of Play out the Match, both published with ECW Press. His poems have appeared in a variety of literary journals across North America and Britain.

Wednesday, November 26, 8 p.m.
At the Press Club
850 Dundas St. West
Free

Hope to see you there!

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