Autumnal Soiree At Hirut Myna Wallin,John Oughton, Supertash,Hayley Carro

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Cabaret Noir Productions says
Saturday, September 26th, 2015 we celebrate the wonderful world of POETRY AND MUSIC at Hirut Restaurant!

Doors at 8pm (show at 9 pm) and it's $PWYC (Suggested $5)

A Let's Make Good & Cabaret Noir Production

https://www.facebook.com/LMGProductions?fref=ts
https://www.facebook.com/cabaretnoirproductions

Our Features!

Supertash...She’s got The Power! Luckily, the world didn’t end in 2012 when she released her first EP “Before the World Ends” and we still need heroes today now more than ever. She just released her 2nd EP “Breakdown” in May, another collection of powerful, raw lyrics fueled from real life situations people face everyday. She wants to inspire her listeners to take a stand for themselves, her message is simple: Do what you love and don’t let anyone or anything stop you.

Check out her website and check out her collection of Rockstar Jewellery at: www.supertash.com
https://www.facebook.com/supertashmusic
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Singer Songwriter Hayley Carro is from Newmarket, Ontario and has been playing and singing since she was 19 years old. Hayley brings a country folk-rock sound to the stage and hosts an Open Mic north of the city on Tuesdays nights at Col mustards in Newmarket!

You can check out her music on soundcloud and facebook:

www.soundcloud.com/hayleycarro/ www.facebook.com/hayleycarro
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Myna Wallin is an author and editor living in Toronto. She has her master's degree in English Literature from the University of Toronto. Tightrope Books published her first collection of poetry, A Thousand Profane Pieces, in 2006. Tightrope published Myna’s first novel, Confessions of a Reluctant Cougar in 2010. Recent poems were included in 50+ Poems about Gordon Lightfoot, and Where the Nights are Twice as Long: Love Letters of Canadian Poets. Poems of hers are forthcoming in an anthology of Ms Pacman Noir poems, called PAC'N HEAT, in Translating Horses, and just released is a short story in Gods, Memes and Monsters. For more about her see: mynawallin.com
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John Oughton was born in Guelph, Ontario, a block away from the home of John McCrae (author of “In Flanders Fields”). He completed a BA and MA in English at York U., where he studied with Irving Layton, Eli Mandel, Miriam Waddington and Frank Davey. After a half-year stay in Kyoto, Japan, he worked at Coach House Press and as a journalist and corporate communicator. He attended the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University, and served as a research assistant to Allen Ginsberg and Anne Waldman. John began teaching English in community colleges, and is now Professor of Learning and Teaching at Centennial College.
He has published a novel – Death by Triangulation -- five books of poetry, most recently Time Slip (Guernica Editions, 2010), several chapbooks, and over 400 articles, interviews, reviews and blogs. He is also a photographer with three solo shows and several book and magazine covers to his credit. For fun, he plays guitar and drums.
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