In Conversation With Shawn Micallef: Windsor & 'The Trouble With Brunch'

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In Conversation With Shawn Micallef: Windsor & 'The Trouble With Brunch'
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Coach House Books says
Shawn Micallef's The Trouble With Brunch begins with the following dedication:

'To Windsor, Ontario,
a good place to come from.'

In the book that had people all over the world talking about brunch, author and Windsorite Shawn Micallef explores how Windsor shaped his idea of class, work, and leisure, working as a lens through which he continues to understand Toronto and other cities. In this casual, salon-style conversation at Rino's Kitchen, Shawn will discuss the role Windsor played in writing his book, and how Windsor's social and labour history sets an example for living and societal values that other cities can learn from.

Joining Shawn will be City Councillor Rino Bortolin and CBC Radio's Jonathan Pinto, who will moderate. All are welcome to join in the discussion!

We ask that attendees reserve seats via Eventbrite. There are two ticket options:
- Free ticket: for those who already have a copy of The Trouble with Brunch, this option simply reserves you a seat at the event. Be sure to bring your book for Shawn to sign during the event!
- Paid ticket: reserves you a seat and purchases you a signed copy of The Trouble with Brunch (the book will be available for pick up at the beginning of this event).

There are only 40 seats in total available, so act quickly!

Brunch will not be served, but a cash bar will be available.

Shawn Micallef (@shawnmicallef) is the author of Stroll: Psychogeographic Walking Tours of Toronto and Full Frontal T.O., a weekly columnist at the Toronto Star, and a senior editor and co-owner of the independent, Jane Jacobs Prize–winning magazine Spacing. Shawn teaches at the University of Toronto and was a 2011-2012 Canadian journalism Fellow at University of Toronto's Massey College. In 2002, while a resident at the Canadian Film Centre's Media Lab, he co-founded [murmur], the location-based mobile phone documentary project that has spread to over twenty-five cities globally. Shawn was the Toronto public Library's Writer in Residence in fall 2013.

Jonathan Pinto is an associate producer with CBC Radio in Windsor. A Peterborough transplant, he's passionate about food - and his new home. Every Thursday, he shares his latest local food adventure on CBC Radio One's Windsor Morning and online at cbc.ca/windsor.

Rino Bortolin is a Windsor City Councillor. Rino is also the co-owner/operator, with his wife Anastasia Adams, of Rino’s Kitchen & Ale House. Rino’s Kitchen’s success is built upon Bortolin’s passion for Windsor/Essex and his belief in supporting local businesses.
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