Toronto Launch Of Making Room: Forty Years Of Room Magazine

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Join us in Toronto for the launch of Room magazine's fortieth anniversary anthology, Making Room: Forty Years of Room Magazine!

Readers:

Christine Estima’s work has appeared in VICE, The Globe and Mail, Metro News, CBC, Bitch Magazine, The Antigonish Review, subTerrain, The Puritan, Grain, EVENT, The Malahat Review, The New Quarterly, Descant, Matrix Magazine, and many more. Visit ChristineEstima.com.

Amy Jones won the 2006 CBC Literary Prize for Short Fiction and was a finalist for the 2005 Bronwen Wallace Award. She has published a collection of stories, What Boys Like (Biblioasis, 2009), and a novel, We’re All in This Together (McClelland & Stewart, 2016).

Cara-Lyn Morgan hails from the prairies and now lives in the Toronto area. Her debut poetry collection, What Became My Grieving Ceremony (Thistledown Press, 2014), was awarded the Fred Cogswell Award in 2015. Her work has appeared in a variety of literary journals and was included in Tightrope Books’ Best Canadian Poetry in English, 2015. Her second collection of poetry is due for release in Spring 2017.

Rebecca Rosenblum is the author of two short story collections, Once (Biblioasis, 2008) and The Big Dream (Biblioasis, 2011). She lives in Toronto. Her first novel, So Much Love, is forthcoming in March 2017 from McClelland & Stewart.

Ayelet Tsabari’s first book, The Best Place on Earth (HarperCollins, 2013), won the 2015 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature and has been published internationally. She lives in Toronto.

jia qing wilson-yang is a mixed-race trans woman living in Toronto. Her first novel, Small Beauty (Metonymy Press, 2016), won an honour of distinction from the Writers’ Trust of Canada as part of the Dayne Ogilvie Prize for LGBT Emerging Writers. More information about her work can be found at littleqing.com.

(More readers may be announced)

Where: ArtScape YoungPlace Flex Room 107
Entry by Donation (recommended $5 - $10), or with the purchase of a copy of Making Room.

Accessibility information is available on Artscape Youngplace's website: http://artscapeyoungplace.ca/about-us/accessible-customer-service/
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