Exile May 2017 book launches

Three fantastic launches over three days!

Something for everyone… or enjoy the complete extravaganza…

 

CLI-FI: Canadian Tales of Climate Change (anthology)

Sunday, May 7, at the SUPERMARKET Restaurant & Bar
268 Augusta Avenue (Kennsington Market) 3:00–5:30

Readings start at 3:30

Featuring:

Geoffrey W. Cole, Rati Mehrotra

Peter Timmerman, Leslie Goodreid, Halli Villegas

John Oughton, Nina Munteanu, Lynn Hutchinson-Lee
With the world facing the greatest global crisis of all time – climate change – personal and political indifference has wrought a series of unfolding complications that are altering our planet, and threatening our very existence. These stories of Climate Fiction (Cli-Fi) feature perspectives by culturally diverse Canadian writers of short fiction, science fiction, fantasy, and futurist works, and transcend traditional doomsday stories by inspiring us to overcome the bleak forecasted results of our current indifference.


Cli-Fi launch

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Launching new books by Richard Teleky and James Clarke

Monday, May 8, 2017 at the Dora Keogh – Toronto
141 Danforth Avenue, Toronto – half block east of Broadview Avenue

6:00-7:00 food and drinks available from the bar menu.
Readings begin 7:00. Free Admission.

The Blue Hour is a contemporary tale which manages that stunning and rare feat: telling a story of human interaction in a way that is universal,
revelatory and suspenseful.

Oblique Verdicts is a collection of poetry that lets us peek under Madame Justice’s blindfold, giving us a rare glimpse of her concerned, but very human face.

Also appearing this evening, reading from their works in ELQ/Exile Quarterly magazine:

Ray Robertson (story from ELQ 39.4)
Leon Rooke (story from the CVC6 anthology)
Corina Manninen (poetry 40.3)
Hugh Graham (story from ELQ 40.2 – his book a finalist for the 2016 $10,000 Danuta Gleed Award)
Antonio D’Alfonso (poetry from ELQ 40.4)

Teleky-Clarke launch

 

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Launching a new collection of poetry by Rafi Aaron

Tuesday, May 9, at Hot House Restaurant
35 Church Street, corner, at Front Street – Toronto

6:30 – 7:00 Arrival & Ordering
7:15 Dinner Served
$59.95 Reserved Seating
Price of Admission includes Dinner and a copy of Rafi Aaron’s book

To reserve tickets, please email [email protected] : PayPal & Credit Card

(if attending as a couple, one can exchange for a copy of Jeff Bien’s book)
Questions:  519 334 3634
Readings start after the Main course
In the Days of the Cotton Wind and the Sparrow is a mystical encounter with the allegorical inhabitants of a remote civilization.  Through vivid language and imagery we are drawn into a compelling poetic odyssey, with uniquely indigenous voices that cover vast distances of human and spiritual terrain.  Rafi will read selections after the dinner.

Barry Callaghan reads from Jeff Bien’s In a Time of No Song. This is visionary poetry collection there is a mysterious ease in the riot of sensuality that extends and plunges the reader into myriad modes of existence.

The Evening’s Menu:

To Start
Hot House Salad
Baby lettuces, cherry tomatoes, heirloom carrots, cucumber, with shallot & balsamic vinaigrette.

Main
Pork Tenderloin
Grilled pork tenderloin with pommery mustard & white wine cream sauce,
served with our daily vegetables and leek & mascarpone mashed potato.
or
Atlantic Salmon
Poached centre cut salmon filet with beurre au citron and served
with our signature wild rice pilaf and daily vegetables.
or
Marsala Chicken Supreme
Supreme of chicken breast baked with a Cremini mushroom and Marsala wine sauce,
served with our daily vegetables and leek & chive mashed potato.
or
Butternut Squash Ravioli
Spinach pasta pockets stuffed with ricotta and butternut squash,
our signature tomato basil sauce, fresh leeks and sundried tomatoes.

Dessert
Lemon Cream Cake
Moist sponge layered with lemon curd and cream
garnished with fresh mint and raspberry coulis drizzle.

Non-alcoholic Drinks and Coffee or Tea included.

Rafi Aaron launch 2017

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