Launch and (Micro)reading for TPV Machine #3
I don’t think I mentioned this Toronto Poetry Vendors project yet, but didn’t think I had to as it’s been well-blogged by others and even got some mainstream industry attention. Anyway, the third of these machines is going up tomorrow evening at Ezra’s Pound (Get it?) on Dupont. Lots of good people will be there and reading for very small lengths of time. And if you’ve got a spare toonie, you can head on down to either existing machine, one’s at This Aint the Rosedale Library in Kensington and one’s at Type Books on West Queen West. Anyway, this is me stealing the information from Stuart’s blog and reprinting it as my own….
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
7:00pm – 9:00pm
238 Dupont St.
Toronto Poetry Vendors invites you and your toonies to celebrate our growing empire of mechanized poetry, as we launch a third machine at Ezra’s Pound on Dupont St. Come listen to the clink of change as TPV contributors Kevin Connolly, Elisabeth de Mariaffi, Andrew Faulkner, Jacob McArthur Mooney, Stuart Ross, Jenny Sampirisi, Meaghan Strimas, Carey Toane and Paul Vermeersch drop a coin and read their poems…