Indie Events Roundup December 1 – 7

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Primed 2.0 sexual health zine for transguys and their partners launches this Wednesday at the Gladstone. 

 

Tuesday, December 1

TORONTO

LIT BANG! Tuesday Talks Race and Poetry, 7:30pm, Milk Glass, 1247 Dundas St W, free

Poetry Is Dead presents Sachiko Murakami, Sonnet L’Abbé and Jacqueline Valencia discussing their experiences and thoughts on race and poetry.

WINNIPEG

Speaking Crow, 7pm, Millenium Library, 251 Donald St, free

Joanne Epp headlines this popular open mic and reading series.

Wednesday, December 2

TORONTO

Primed 2.0 Toronto Launch, 9pm, Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen St W, free

Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance launches the second edition of their sexual health guide for trans guys and the guys who dig them. DJ Nik Red spins.

Thursday, December 3

TORONTO

LooseLeaf Magazine Issue #1 Launch, 6:30pm, Beit Zatoun, 612 Markham St, free

Project 40 launches their first issue of a new mag.

ECW Holiday Party, 8pm, Boxcar Social, 4 Boulton Ave, free

Holiday fun with ECW!

Taddle Creek Winter Launch, 8pm, The Ossington, 61 Ossington Ave, free

Issue 64 of Taddle Creek is here, and it’s an all comic issue in Golden Age format! Sweet!

Friday, December 4

VANCOUVER

Poetry Is Dead 12 Launch, 6pm, Pulpfiction Books, 2422 Main St, free

The newest issue, “Working Class”, hits the streets at this launch full of wine, games, and book shopping!

Sunday, December 6

TORONTO

Better Days – A Mental Health Recovery Workshop, 2pm-5pm, Toronto Zine Library, 292 Brunswick Ave, free

Zinester, punk and author Craig Lewis hosts a workshop on wellness and mental health.

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