Bound and Drowned
April 23, 2012
Writer’s Aid: The Writer’s Corner
Here is but another writing workshop, but here’s the twist: there is no promise that you will be guaranteed a best-selling line. Instead, all writers are welcome to try and capture their muse if it decides to present itself at this opportunity. Catherine Rondina is an award-winning author, acclaimed for her book Don’t Touch that Toad and Other Strange Things Adults Tell You. Although you’re not supposed to touch the toad, Catherine will help you cuddle up to your own ideas to turn them into some motivated story lines.
When: May 5, 2012; from 2:30 pm-4:30 pm
Where: York Woods TPL branch; 1785 Finch Avenue West
Registration: In person or call 416-395-5980
Poetic Plumage: Phoenix Poetry Workshop
The budding poet is hard to come by, but is by far not an endangered species. If you need some help, or maybe a kick to open yourself up, you are cordially invited to attend this poetic gathering. Poets of all ages are encouraged to come, and do try to bring copies of your latest poem to pass around. Fertilize your piece with constructive comments and bask in the scent of your writing come alive.
When: May 5, 2012; from 2:30 pm-4:30 pm; and upcoming dates
Where: College/Shaw TPL Branch; 766 College Street
For more info: www.phoenixpoetryworkshop.ca
Author’s Spotlight: Riverdale Arts and Letters Club
Join Jonah Geller, Arthur Ellis Award winner, and be a part-time sleuth in his latest mystery set in Riverdale, Toronto. One thing that I love more than a good book is a good Canadian book. Geller will be discussing the story for all keen ears and eyes willing to give him a spotlight.
When: May 16, 2012; from 6:00 pm-8:30 pm
Where: Riverdale TPL branch, Adult Program Room; 270 Broadview Avenue