a few july readings

Emphasis on a few. Oh, Summer. If I missed some, though, and I'm sure I did, send me a note and I'll add them.

Oh, and if you're in Vancouver and near a radio tomorrow, Daniela Elza and I will be on Co-op Radio's Wax Poetic show (Wednesday, July 6th, 2 PM, 102.7 FM) talkin' collaboration and reading a few poems.

The Kranky Reading Series

Thursday, July 7th, 7:00 PM
Kranky Cafe
#216-228 East 4th Avenue
, Vancouver
Featuring: Sandra Huber, Mariner Janes, and Nikki Reimer

Twisted Poets Literary Salon
Thursday, July 7th, 7:00 PM — 10:00 PM
The Prophouse Cafe
1636 Venables Street, Vancouver
Featuring: Trevor Carolan and Timothy Shay
$5 (suggested donation)

Cross-Border Pollination Series
Saturday, July 9th, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
SFU Harbour Center, Room 1530
515 W. Hastings Street, Vancouver
Featuring: Bren Simmers, Andrew Feld, and more!

Literary Arts Cafe
Monday, July 11th, 7:30 PM
Harrison Memorial Hall
98 Rockwell Drive, Harrison Hot Springs
Featuring: Trevor Carolan, Daniela Elza, Robert Martens and Franklyn Currie

TWS Reading Series
Friday, July 15th, 7:00 - 9:30 PM
Take 5 Cafe
429 Granville Street, Vancouver
Featuring: Ashleigh Rajala, Fiona Scott, and more!

Twisted Poets Literary Salon
Thursday, July 21st, 7:00 PM — 10:00 PM
The Prophouse Cafe
1636 Venables Street, Vancouver
Featuring: Natasha Boskic and ???
$5 (suggested donation)

And look - the TWS series scored some coverage from local media. Fancy stuff!


daniela elza said...

This is awesome. Where did you find it. I remember them filming that night, but never quite found out where it will come out.
I will repost on my blog. Thanks.

Rob Taylor said...

TWS posted it on their website. Neat, eh?

It was fun doing the radio show today - thanks again for the invite!

daniela elza said...

Thank you Rob, for joining me, for coming in on such a short notice, and unlike me, being on time.

Now I look forward to hearing what I said. :-)

haykind said...

So enjoyed the familiar faces. Inspired me to write. Hence this comment! Thank you!

Rob Taylor said...

Great to hear, haykind! You're certainly welcome.