Fall 2016 Fiction Launch

TR-SupermarketBookLaunch-28Sept2016Join the Tightrope team for the launch of three new fall fiction titles: Danila Botha’s For All the Men (and Some of the Women) I’ve Known, Ron Charach’s cabana the big and Charlene Challenger’s The Myth in Distance.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016, 6:30 pm, Supermarket Restaurant and Bar, 268 Augusta Avenue in Kensington Market.

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Launch of Marnie Woodrow’s Heyday

MARNIE6Join Tightrope Books at the Gladstone Hotel to celebrate the long-awaited publication of Marnie Woodrow’s second novel, Heyday, with readings by the author and guest reader Ron Schafrick, book signings, great music, door prizes and Tarot readings with the Tarot de Marseille from Tarot by Phoebe. Admission free.

Tuesday, September 15, 7pm, The Gladstone Hotel Melody Bar, 1214 Queen Street West, Toronto.

Marnie Woodrow by Janette Piquette

(Photo by Janette Piquette)

Marnie Woodrow is the acclaimed author of two short fiction collections, Why We Close Our Eyes When We Kiss, and In The Spice House, and a novel, Spelling Mississippi, a love story set in pre-Katrina New Orleans. Spelling Mississippi was short-listed for the amazon.ca First Novel Prize.

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(Photo by Kurt Zubatiuk)

Phoebe Tsang is a violinist, wordsmith, yogi and cartomancer in love with the Tarot de Marseille. She grew up in England, in a household steeped in the Chinese divinatory arts. The author of a poetry collection Contents of a Mermaid’s Purse (Tightrope Books), she’s currently at work on a book of short fiction with assistance from the Canada Council for the Arts. Contact her for a Tarot reading at TarotbyPhoebe.com

Ron Schafrick was born and grew up in Welland, Ontario, and studied ronEnglish and history at Carleton and Concordia before travelling to Korea where he taught English for nine years. Since returning to Canada his stories have appeared in a number of journals, both in Canada and abroad. His first collection of stories, Interpreters (Oberon Press, 2014) was generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council, the Toronto Arts Council, and the Canada Council for the Arts. His story, “Lovely Company,” is included in Best Gay Stories 2015.

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BEST CANADIAN POETRY IN ENGLISH 2013 LAUNCH

Join Tightrope Books and Series Editor, Molly Peacock, for the Toronto launch of The Best Canadian Poetry in English, 2013. The evening will featuring readings by a selection of the anthology’s distinguished poets plus free snacks!

Tuesday, December 3, P.J. O’Brien Irish Pub, 39 Colborne Street, Toronto, 7pm.

Plus don’t forget: our annual BCP Best Friends Holiday Tea Fundraiser will be on Sunday, December 1, 2pm at Proof, Intercontinental Hotel, Toronto. Get your tickets now.

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