Welcome the new year with a new set of three marvelous readers:
Michael Bryson is the author of three short story collections, the most recent of which is The Lizard and Other Stories (Chaudiere, 2009). From 1999-2009, he was the publisher and editor of the online literary magazine, the Danforth Review. His stories have appeared in Best Canadian Stories, the Fiddlehead, the Antigonish Review, and many other journals. He blogs at http://thenewcanlit.blogspot.com
Faye Guenther has written for Broken Pencil and the Danforth Review, and works as Joyland.ca’s editorial assistant. She has performed her poetry at reading series in Toronto and Montreal. Her short story “Bicycle Dreams” was published in Dandelion Magazine in 2009.
Bill Kennedy is the co-author of apostrophe with Darren Wershler-Henry (ECW, 2006). He has been the artistic director of the Scream Literary Festival since 2002, as well as a poetry editor for Coach House Books and a co-organizer of the Lexiconjury Reading Series.
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
8 p.m. at the Press Club
850 Dundas Street West
Hosted by Carey Toane