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Canzine West Portrait: Aaron Read

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Meet Aaron Read, artist extraordinaire from Burnaby B.C., who created this year’s Canzine West poster (above) along with Jaz Halloran. Aaron is currently in his final year of study at Emily Carr University where he’s working towards a degree in visual art with a specialization in drawing. His work focuses on what he calls “visual […]

Indie Events: November 7-14

Clocks went back an hour, meaning more time to check out some awesome events! TORONTO  November 7, Book Launch: Groundwork by Amanda Jernigan, Type Books, 883 Queen Street West, 6pm  Poet, essayist and author Amanda Jernigan proudly launches her latest Groundwork, a beautiful and interesting book reworking European myths.    November 12, WORN Fashion Journal: […]

Indie Events: October 31-November 7

Before you pack up your costumes for the year,  come to one of the many spooky indie events happening across Canada. TORONTO October 31, Short & Sweet Weekly, No One Writes to the Colonel, 460 College Street, 8pm Short n’ sweet ain’t just for Halloweenie chocolate bars. Come to the weekly short-story, short  film installment […]

Indie Events: October 24 – 30

This week’s events are going up a little late, due to Canzine craziness, but better late than never…right? TORONTO Oct. 26, Best Canadian Poetry in English 2011 Launch, Revival Bar, 783 College Street, 7pm Great Canadian poets will all be in one room (or rather bar) for the launch of the anthology Best Canadian Poetry […]

Canzine Portraits: Eunice Luk

Meet Eunice Luk, a Toronto-based artist, tabling at this year’s Toronto Canzine, whose work extends across many platforms under the press name of Fantasy Camp. From illustrating to printmaking to bookbinding, Luk’s love for do-it-yourself techniques is evident in every hand-bound release, many of which will be on sale this coming Sunday. We asked Eunice […]

Canzine Portraits: Katharine Miller

Canzine-goers (only five days away!) will have the pleasure of meeting Katharine Miller, a Toronto-based writer, designer and veteran of the indie scene. She penned the graphic novel series, Robot of Leisure, and will be bringing her latest work, the complete volumes of 30 Failures by Age 30, to this year’s festival. The book is […]

Indie Events: October 17-24

Indie Events: October 11 – 16

The War of 1812 Comes Alive This Weekend

Indie Events: September 26 – October 2

Indie Events: September 19 – 26

Carousel Call For Submissions: September 16

Indie Events: September 12 -19