Puddles of Sky Press is putting on a little reunion tour kicking off in Peterborough this Saturday!
Monday, April 27
Margaret Christakos and Rachel Zolf host the third edition of the Coach House Book Club, talkin’ poetry and other fun things.
Tuesday, April 28
Journey from 1600s New England to Regency London and explore historical fiction at its best with authors Ian Weir and Beth Powning.
Let’s take a few hours to discuss how we can take accountability for ourselves and within our community using a restorative justice framework.
The Beguiling presents this special event launching Jillian Tamaki’s newest work, SuperMutant Magic Academy. She will be reading, giving a talk, and signing.
Four new spring titles! Get Me Out of Here by Sachiko Murakami, The Hatch by Colin Browne, I, Bartleby by Meredith Quartermain and Limbinal by Oana Avasilichioaei read from their new books.
Readings from Patrick Friesen, Stan Rogal and Al Moritz.
Oh man! We know that Coach House Books knows that we know that they know how to throw a great launch party, and this Spring soirée should be no different. A whack of new books and their authors will be in the house.
Thursday, April 30
BP assistant editor Jonathan Valelly hosts this little reading shindig welcoming Portland’s Sara Woods and Toronto faves Sybil Lamb and Jordaan Mason.
Join Carrelin Brooks or the Vancouver launch of her novel of heartbreak and unchanging rain. Friday, May 1
Join Anvil Press for the launch of Rue by Melissa Bull with guest readings by Alexandra Leggat and Jennifer LoveGrove.
Friday, May 1
Michael V Smith launches his memoir with a night of hijinks and stunnery hosted by Miss Cookie LaWhore.
A stunning lineup of Toronto’s best DJs at this yearly fundraiser for the biggest party at Pride, Blockorama. Also a part of the CESA conference.
Saturday, May 2
One stop on a little tour of Southwestern Ontario poets, join Michael Casteels, Andrew Nurse, Christine Miscione, Justin Million and Rudie Jimenez at their Peterborough stop and celebrate Andrew’s launch of his new book, The Hopeful Barnacle.
Rachel Zolf and Divya Victor read.