March marches on with three readers with witty bios on March 25:
Jim Johnstone is the author of The Velocity of Escape (Guernica Editions, 2008). He is a two time winner of the E. J. Pratt Medal and Prize in Poetry and was shortlisted for the 2007 CBC Poetry Award. Recently, his work has appeared in periodicals such as The Antigonish Review, Descant, The Fiddlehead, Grain, The Malahat Review, Prairie Fire and Prism International. He is currently the editor of Misunderstandings Magazine, a literary journal he co-founded in 2005.
Born and raised in Toronto, Nathaniel G. Moore is a cultural pariah and experimental monster. His best book so far is Let’s Pretend We Never Met (Pedlar Press, 2007) which is like a novel in poems, all about the Latin poet Catullus. The book turns two this year. He is the co-editor of Toronto Noir. He considers himself the main event, the showstopper and the icon that can still go. He is terrifying.
Eva Moran is a SWF 5′ 6″ Montreal native living and working in Toronto. Eva is a non-smoker who rarely drinks. But make no mistake, she’s a spunky, fun and energetic Leo. Eva has her MA in English Literature from Concordia, is an aspiring boxer, and she works out six days a week. Eva enjoys running, yoga, and long bike rides. She adores petting puppy golden retrievers. Love her!
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
8 p.m. at the Press Club,
850 Dundas Street West
Hosted by Carey Toane