September 28th: Al Moritz and Jenny Sampirisi


Al Moritz photo by Steve Payne
A. F. Moritz’s most recent book is a long poem, Sequence (House of Anansi Press). His book The Sentinel (2008) was awarded the Griffin Prize. His poetry has also received the Award in Literature of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Guggenheim Fellowship, the Bess Hokin Prize of Poetry magazine, the Ingram Merrill Fellowship, the ReLit Award, the Raymond Souster Award of the League of Canadian Poets, and other honours. Three of his books have been finalists for the Governor General’s Award.
(Author photo by Steve Payne)

Jenny Sampirisi

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Jenny Sampirisi is the author of the poetry collection Croak (Coach House Books, 2011) and the novel is/was (Insomniac Press 2008). She is the recipient of the KM Hunter Artist Award for Literature. Her work has been featured in numerous Canadian and American journals and anthologies. She is currently working on a project called Voice Memos, a deep interrogation of internal monologues. She teaches Literature, Composition and Creative Writing in bridging programs at Ryerson University and George Brown College.


JOIN US MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, at our new location, C’ST WHAT?
(67 Front St., East, Toronto)



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67 Front Street East., Toronto.
A short walk from Union Station
or the King Street Subway Station.
Easy to get to from the DVP or Gardiner Expressway.
Lots of parking in the immediate vicinity.