October 6: Anniversary Reading with Jan Conn, Robert Earl Stewart and Richard Truhlar

Two years of Press Clubbing. Two years of looking forward to Wednesdays. Two years of Pivot! Come help us mark our anniversary with readings by Jan Conn, Robert Earl Stewart and Richard Truhlar.

Jan Conn has written seven books of poetry, most recently Botero’s Beautiful Horses (Brick Books, 2009). Her other books include Jaguar Rain (Brick Books, 2006),  Beauties on Mad River: Selected and New Poems (Vehicule Press, 2000), and South of the Tudo Bem Cafe (Vehicule Press, 1990), which was shortlisted for the Pat Lowther Award. Born in Asbestos, Quebec, she lives in Massachusetts and works as a professor of Biomedical Sciences.

Robert Earl Stewart is the author of the poetry collection Something Burned Along the Southern Border (Mansfield Press, 2009). He graduated from the University of Windsor and has an M.A. in English from McGill University. His poetry has appeared in journals in Canada, the U.S. and Great Britain, including Monday Night, nthposition, Iota, Magma, Rampike, The Moosehead Anthology X, and This Magazine. He lives in Windsor with his wife, Jennifer, and their three young children. He works for a weekly newspaper and has been working on a novel since 2001.

Richard Truhlar is the author of seven books of fictions and poetry, including The Hollow and other fictions, The Pitch, Dynamite in the Lung, Figures in Paper Time, Utensile Paradise, Parisian Novels, and A Porcelain Cup Placed There. He is a fictioneer, poet, text/sound/music composer, visual artist, music producer, and editor/publisher. A founding member of the sound poetry group Owen Sound and the electroacoustic chamber music ensemble Tekst, he lives in Toronto.

Pivot Readings at the Press Club
Featuring Jan Conn, Robert Earl Stewart and Richard Truhlar
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
8 p.m. at the Press Club
850 Dundas Street West
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