Canzine in Vancouver and Winnipeg this very Saturday!
Tuesday, October 20
A workshop about community accountability and process in Dr. Sinclair’s filmmaking practice.
Laura Clarke, Helen Humphreys and George Murray
JC Bouchard, Hannah Brown, Tajja Isen and Magdalena Wolak read.
Wednesday, October 21
The secret world of Mauritian street gangs is at the centre of Jean Marc Ah-Sen’s new book.
Méira Cook, Kevin Hardcastle, George Murray read.
Clifford Jackman, Bracken MacLeod and Kevin Sands read.
Little Brother’s beloved reading series is curated by Peter Merriman this time around and takes up the theme of Animal Kingdoms.
Thursday, October 22
Cameron Anstee, Julie Berry and Rachel Lebowitz read.
As we approach Halloween, we hope to discuss practical tools for activism, advocacy, education, and how to respond to our friends, colleagues, and social media.
Friday, October 23
A disability arts showcase at Chester Station! Meet at Broadview at 6:45 for an accessible procession to Chester Subway.
Saturday, October 24
It’s here! The second ever Canzine event in Winnipeg is bigger than ever! Besides dozens of tablers, we’re also featuring a panel on disability in zine and literary culture, our live 1-2 Punch Book Pitch, and readings from Ariel Gordon, Sheldon Birnie, Jeanne Randolph and Mona Mousa.
We’re back in action with Canzine West! Tons of zines, comics, readings and other fun.
Shary Boyle and Emily Vey Duke’s call and response multi-media conversation in book form!
A small studio art zine fair with lots of emerging artists.
Great eats, music, readings, and tons of books celebrating A Different Booklist’s anniversary!
Sunday, October 25
The First Trans Planet online reading will be hosted by NewHive featuring Jos Charles, Die Dragonetti, Sara June Woods, Joshua Jennifer Espinoza, Manuel Arturo Abreu, Loma and Jamie Berrout.