Pivot has jumped in a canoe on Taddle Creek – the literary magazine, that is – for the August 26 event. Join TC editor Conan Tobias and six (!!) of the magazine’s readers for a very special night.
Evie Christie lives in downtown Toronto. She is the author of the poetry collection Gutted and the hottest mom on Yonge Street.
Heather Hogan lives in the Annex and Taddle Creek has high hopes for her.
Alexandra Leggat lives in Riverdale. She instructs creative writing classes and writes a sports-themed blog. Her most recent book is the short story collection Animal.
Nathaniel G. Moore lives in Dovercourt Village. His next book, Wrong Bar, will be published in September. This fall he will officially retire as Taddle Creek’s most-rejected author.
Adrienne Weiss lives in Parkdale. She is the author of the poetry collection Awful Gestures and recently completed an M.A. in English at York University. She now wishes only to be addressed as “Master.”
Tony Burgess lives in Stayner, Ontario. A feature film based on his novel Pontypool Changes Everything, directed by Bruce MacDonald, has been fabulously successful, much like Tony himself.
Hosted by Carey Toane
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
8 p.m. at the Press Club
850 Dundas Street West