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Another Wonderful Festival

October 18, 2011

The Word On The Street Vancouver was a fantastic, fun-filled festival once again this year! Attendees enjoyed a wide variety of free events, including author readings, live performances, workshops, and more.

Our expansion to three days was very successful, and some wonderful new partnerships were forged with Carnegie Centre, Banyen Books & Sound, and Historic Joy Kogawa House.

The main festival day was every bit as successful. In spite of gale force winds, the majority of programming persevered. Poets even had the wonderful opportunity of reading for their audiences aboard the Poetry in Transit bus, a more intimate alternative to the Poetry Tent. Attendees who braved the weather were rewarded with the excellent events of the day. We really appreciate everyone hanging in there and making the 2011 festival just as fabulous as ever.

We look forward to seeing you all next year!


Word On the Street Vancouver Marketplace

September 23, 2011

On Sunday, September 25th at Library Square, exhibitors can be found at tents and tables all over the festival site – inside and out! When you arrive at the festival, check out our festival program for a detailed map. Here’s a long list of all the exhibitors booked for this year’s festival: book publishers, magazine publishers, writing and publishing organizations, literacy programs, and much more. There’ll be books to buy, information to be gained, and treasures to be found!

[BB] = Book Bag Treasure Hunt
[SO] = Magazines offering subscription deals etc.

The Exhibitor Marketplace

Ad Hoc Committee Raising Funds to Rebuild the Slave Lake Library which was destroyed by a wildfire in May 2011. P14

Adaawx Publishing – First Nations 101 is an accessible and informative primer on First Nations issues. V23

The Alcuin Society The Bibliophiles! Visit our booth to see the art of the book at its finest. V13

Angst in the Sanctuary The “How Did You Die?” Show, Fictional Tales for the Un-Dead (evocative art and text) V26

Anvil Press publishes contemporary Canadian literature with a distinctly urban twist. T6

Arsenal Pulp Press is a Vancouver-based book publisher celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2011. T2b

Association of Book Publishers of BC represents BC-owned book publishers and believes a healthy book industry is essential to our cultural, social, educational and economic life. V38

Authors’ Circle provides support & services to authors, publishers and self-employed creative professionals. T17c

AWOG Publishing Independent Publisher Book Award Winner: ‘Best Regional Non-Fiction – Canada West.’ Visit us! V34

Banyen Books & Sound Canada’s most comprehensive bookstore focusing on Spiritual Traditions, Healing Arts, and Earth Wisdom: T9d

BC Book Arts Guild meets occasionally for presentations and to share works-in-progress. P17

BC Book Prizes celebrate the achievements of BC writers and publishers by producing the Lieutenant Governor’s BC Book Prize Gala and by touring finalist authors to communities throughout the province. P4
[BB] BC Coalition for School Libraries To advance literacy, culture and student achievement through school library programs in every school in BC. T17b

The 3-Day Novel Contest Fabulous fast fiction from the world’s most notorious literary marathon. V31

[BB] BC Teachers’ Federation works to provide a strong and stable public education for everyone. T9a

Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education & Research Institute The largest group of Kabbalists in Israel, sharing the wisdom of Authentic Kabbalah with the entire world. V6

[BB] book’mark, The Library Store is a non-profit store raising funds for the Vancouver Public Library. P1

Book Warehouse Bargains, bargains, bargains, bargains, bargains, bargains, bargains, bargains, bargains, bargains, bargains, bargains, bargains! T11c

British Columbia Humanist Association We promote the principles of humanism and using science and reason to understand the universe. V12

[BB] Buddha’s Light Publishing An independent publisher of books. Hummanistic Buddhism – its goal is to enable people to realize spiritual practice in everyday living. T2d

Canada Council for the Arts / Conseil des Arts du Canada Visit our booth and celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Governor General’s Literary Awards! More at / Passez à notre kiosque et célébrez le 75e anniversaire des Prix littéraires du Gouverneur général! Plus d’information au T9c

Canadian Authors Association, Vancouver Branch We are a local organization with a national presence, founded on the principle of “Writers Helping Writers.” V17-18

Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild furthers the book arts in Canada through education, publications, exhibitions, and public outreach. P16

Canadian Children’s Book Centre encourages, promotes and supports reading, writing, illustrating and publishing of Canadian books for young readers. T17b

The Capilano Review (TCR) has published innovative and provocative literary and visual art side by side since 1972. V5

[BB] Carnegie Community Centre & Library Branch From library services to health fairs and cultural events. Discover what’s happening in the heart of the Downtown Eastside. P12

CARP – British Columbia is the largest association of people 45+ in Canada. V9

Chinese Canadian Historical Society of BC (CCHSBC) is dedicated to broadening the understanding of Chinese history in BC through research, documentation, preservation and education. V33

Christian Science Reading Room Your community’s resource centre on spirituality. V7

City of Vancouver Election Office VANCOUVER VOTES November 19, 2011. It’s your chance to choose. Information: call 3-1-1, visit

The Cook’s Tarot Collection of recipes/guidance based on the tarot’s Major Arcana. Achieve inner growth through cooking. V35

The Crime Writers of Canada promotes Canadian crime writing and presents the Arthur Ellis Awards. V22

[BB] Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) represents 80,000 workers in almost every community in BC. T4

[BB] CWILL BC Children’s Writers and Illustrators of BC A group of published writers & illustrators of works for children. We support each other and promote literature. T17a

D&M Publishers One of Canada’s largest independent publishers, Vancouver-based D&M is proud to celebrate its 40th anniversary. Join us and our authors for 40th Anniversary cake at 2:30. T2b

Early Years Community Program provides early years and family literacy programs across Vancouver. P9

The Editors’ Association of Canada – BC Branch promotes professional editing as key in producing effective communication. V39

The Epoch Times is an independent, globally oriented media, published in 17 languages. In Vancouver, enjoy Epoch Times in Chinese or English, print or online: T15d

[BB] The Federation of BC Writers offers comprehensive member support and innovative programs throughout the province and online including funded author visits to schools. V41

Friends of the Vancouver Public Library is a non-profit organization supporting the library. Visit book’mark The Library Store. P2-3

[BB] Hanyiidamo Sacred Arts & Healing “A Step Beyond Madness” chronicles the beginnings of the author’s spiritual journey. V30

Happy Science provides you with guideposts to happiness both in this world and the next. V11

Harbour Publishing is an award-winning publisher with a focus on BC history and geography. T6

The Heritage Group of Publishers is composed of Brindle & Glass, Heritage House Publishing, Rocky Mountain Books and TouchWood Editions. T2a

Historic Joy Kogawa House Come to our booth to meet author Susan Crean, 2011 writer-in-residence. V21

Humber School for Writers More than 280 of our grads are now published authors. T11a

IBBY Canada To honour and promote Canadian children’s books at home and abroad, advocate children’s literacy and support colleagues in developing nations. T17a

Islamic Circle of North America To promote better understanding between various cultures in Canada. V10

Island Blue Print / Printorium Bookworks BC’s book printing experts, building trust in client relations for over 99 years. T15a

Kwantlen Polytechnic University – Creative Writing Department Write Here. Write Now. BA Major in Creative Writing. Award-winning faculty, small class sizes. V4

Kwantlen Polytechnic University – English Department Educate your imagination in classes no larger than 35. BA English major and minor options are available. V4

The Langara Journalism Review covers trends and issues in Western Canadian journalism. T8

[BB] Martinez Consulting provides Spanish language guides for both teachers and students. V30

Meluki Book Marketing represents a wide range of British and Celtic books, maps, prints, journals, and calendars. V27

Moon Willow Press is a new publisher helping to sustain arboreal ecosystems while celebrating the written word. V32

New Star Books An independent Vancouver based publisher since 1970. T2c

ONE TO ONE Literacy Society This unique children’s program provides one on one reading tutoring for students by well-trained volunteers. T17d

[BB] Orca Book Publishers Award-winning, all-Canadian books for children. T15b

People’s Co-op Bookstore An amazing store, established in 1945, that carries social justice, kids, local authors, fiction, and more. T2c

[BB] Public Library InterLINK Use your library card at any of our 18 member libraries from sea to sky to Fraser Valley. P13

Robson Reading Series features live literature and cozy conversation with new and established authors. Visit V24

[BB] Ronsdale Press British Columbia’s literary press. T9d

Romance Writers of America – Greater Vancouver Chapter supports and encourages members in their pursuit of a professional career in romance writing. V42

The Rosedale on Robson Suite Hotel is located in the heart of the sports and entertainment district of downtown Vancouver. V37

[BB] SFU Writing and Publishing Program Do you write for work or pleasure? We offer over 100 courses related to writing and our instructors are writers. V3

Simon Fraser University – World Literature is designed for students interested in literature from around the globe, languages, cross-cultural dynamics and international travel. T11b

[BB] Simone Brenneman Her books will hold you spellbound in the fascinating though complex world of autism. V25

Simply Read Books Award-winning illustrated children’s books with inspired content, extraordinary artwork, outstanding graphic design, and quality production. Visit us at T6

Soka Gakkai International Association of Canada (SGI Canada) Value-creating Buddhist philosophy centered on promoting peace through culture, education, and individual happiness. V29

[BB] STIBC – Society of Translators and Interpreters of BC Certified professionals working in over 80 language combinations and following a strict Code of Ethics. V15-16

[BB] Surrey International Writers’ Conference Oct. 21-23, 2011. Workshops. Agents. Editors. Master Classes. Book Fair. “Writers Grow Here.” V19

Talon Books publishes work of significant literary and/or cultural importance by Canadian authors. T6

Thursdays Writing Collective runs free, drop-in creative writing classes at Carnegie Community Centre for Downtown Eastside residents. V2

Tradewind Books is a small Vancouver publisher specializing in books for children and young adults. T6

UBC Library Our 21 branches connect communities within and beyond the university and advance research, learning, and teaching excellence. Connect. Learn. Explore. T9b

Usborne Books has more than 1500 award-winning children’s books available. The best books for kids. V36

USC Education Savings Plans Inc. Information on free government grants available. Draw for a chance to win a $6500 RESP. V28

Vancouver Community College is BC’s largest literacy organization, offering basic literacy to first year university courses. P15

[BB] The Vancouver International Writers & Readers Festival presents engaging events for readers with acclaimed and emerging authors. V20

[BB] Vancouver Island University, Faculty of Arts & Humanities and Creative Writing & Journalism Department Highly qualified instructors, small classes, a beautiful campus – check out our BA programs. Love where you learn! V14

Vancouver Public Library Libraries are filled with great information, fun reads and many helpful free services. Discover what your Library has for you! P5-6

The Vancouver Public Library Foundation provides funding for family literacy programs, library services for marginalized people, multicultural programs and much more. P7-8

Vancouver Society of Storytelling connects oral literatures with the voices and listening ears of individuals, organizations, and communities through workshops, events, and an international festival. T15c

The Vancouver Sun Raise-a-Reader Visit the Raise-a-Reader booth to make your own personal bookmark and purchase a book. 100% of all funds raised go directly into literacy programs in BC. T18

Westcoast Calligraphy Society We study all forms of beautiful handwriting. Visit us for your free personal bookmark. P10-11

The Word Guild is an organization for Canadian writers and editors who are Christian. V8

The Writer’s Studio (SFU) Email to sign up for a free 20 minute mini-manuscript consult with a Writer’s Studio alumni. V1

The Writer’s Union of Canada is a not-for-profit organization established in 1973 to support and advocate on behalf of Canada’s book published authors. V40

The YMCA of Greater Vancouver is the largest provider of licenced childcare in the Lower Mainland. T17d

Magazine Exhibitors

ARC Poetry Magazine Canada’s National Poetry Magazine. T15c

BC’s Pet Connection is a health-oriented community pet magazine for the many pet lovers in our area. T8

British Columbia Magazine Discover BC’s beautiful places and remarkable people in well-researched articles and amazing photography found in British Columbia Magazine. T8

[SO] Dance International covers classical and contemporary dance locally, nationally, and internationally. Now in its 35th year. T8

DIVERSE is a Canadian magazine that explores multiculturalism through art, heritage, issues and events. T8

[SO] EVENT From literary heavyweights to up-and-comers, four decades of award-winning fiction, poetry, non-fiction, notes on writing and reviews. T8

[SO] [BB] Geist Magazine offers the best in narrative, photography, comix, poetry, puzzles, weird cartography and offbeat literary contests – and it’s 100% Canadian. T6

[SO] KNOW, for ages 6-9, answers all those what, why, where and how questions kids ask. T8

[SO] Lester’s Army is a literary organization that explores the relationship between young and old in society through publishing. T6

Magazine Association of BC There’s more to explore in BC’s magazines. Visit us to learn about our 80+ members. T8

Magazines Canada No matter what you’re interested in, there’s a Genuine Canadian Magazine for you. BUY CANADIAN! T8

Megaphone is a magazine sold on the streets of Vancouver by homeless and low-income vendors. T6

The New Quarterly offers a mix of fiction, poetry, and talk about writing. It’s an award-winning journal with a sense of fun. T15c

OCW Magazine is a biannual interdisciplinary art project dedicated to the cultivation of new ways of experiencing art. More info at: T8

Pacific Rim Magazine, produced by Publishing students at Langara College, explores connections between Canada and its Pacific Rim neighbours. T8

[SO] Poetry Is Dead is a young contemporary poetry magazine. T6

[SO] PRISM international publishes the best in contemporary writing and translation from Canada and around the world. T8 brings together the perspectives of progressive journalists from across the country–it’s news for the rest of us. T8

Ricepaper Nourish your mind with Canada’s only literary magazine featuring Asian Canadian arts, culture, and commentary. T8

[SO] Room is Canada’s oldest journal of writing and art by, for, and about women. T8

subTerrain has been a source of “Strong Words for a Polite Nation” since 1988. T6

Vancouver Is Awesome Vancouver Book Club, a project of, is a community of readers and writers who connect regularly with meetings. T8

Vancouver Observer draws upon contributions from its vast pool of writers to provide timely, topical local news coverage. T8

Vancouver Review Smart, lively, and surprising, Vancouver Review is an award-winning West Coast cultural magazine. T8

[SO] YES Mag The award-winning YES Mag brings science to life for children ages 10-15. T8

Family Literacy Tent

Britannia Community Services Centre Society develops and provides educational, recreational, library, and social services for the communities of Grandview-Woodland and Strathcona. T21

[BB] Canucks Family Education Centre (CFEC) offers five adult-focused, four-component family literacy models that address school-based transitions in five locations in the Lower Mainland. T21

Frontier College is a national non-profit literacy organization that incorporates volunteer mobilization, youth development, and community capacity building. T21

HIPPY Canada (Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters) is a family literacy program for immigrant, refugee, and low-income families in Vancouver. T21

The KidSafe Writers’ Room at Queen Alexandra Elementary School In the Writers’ Room, students work on creative literacy projects with volunteer tutors. T21

Scholastic Book Fairs is a highly dedicated team providing products and services to help children become lifelong learners. T21

The Word Under the Street Exhibitors – Presented by Mint Records

The Black Dot Museum of Political Art presents lectures, book launches and art exhibits.

Carina Piccioni Autobiographical comic book tales of a young woman in the city! Also, poster illustrations.

Cinema Sewer is the underground film journal dedicated to the world’s sickest and sexiest movies.

Cloudscape Comics Society is a collective of artists based in BC. We will be offering our anthologies, including our newest work; 21 Journeys.

Colin Upton has been creating small press and indie comics for a quarter century. As well, Colin is a lowbrow painter, illustrator, writer, public speaker, flanuer, miniaturist, wargamer and in the past he has dabble in performance art and music.

The Comic Legends Legal Defense Fund provides financial relief for Canadian comics, professionals, or readers whose right to free speech has been infringed by civil authorities.

Downspace Creative Kim Glennie is an animator/illustrator; Derek DeLand, an architect. Hijinx ensue! Emily & Zola, The Woods, Copyright Infringers, SWELL(™).

Ed Brisson is the writer behind the Shuster Award nominated crime comic series “Murder Book.”

Fun Men Press is Vancouver’s very best variety in independent comics and art. Believe it!

Jason Turner is the artist and cowriter of the One Book One Vancouver nominated series True Loves.

Jenna Sokalski likes to combine her passions for writing and drawing to create comics. Nifty!

Lost City Comics Jonathon Dalton draws comics about strange worlds and the ordinary people who live there.

Mangy Cur Press features the talents of Sydney More, and is offering a large selection of her fine work.

[BB] Mint Records Home to Nardwuar, The Pack a.d., Hot Panda, Geoff Berner, Carolyn Mark, Kellarissa, and many, many more!

Mostly Monsters Fun monster themed table with colouring books, zines, cards, and more!

Patremoir Press’s Fathers celebrates Atwood, Churchill, Kafka, Lessing, Ondaatje, Toews and Woolf under the street.

Steve Rolston Artist of comics Ghost Projekt, Emiko Superstar, Pounded, Escapists, and Queen & Country!

Tiny Vices Mary Karaplis is a Vancouver born comics artist specializing in single panel illustration and images that pack a punch.

Tough Sissy Girl Colour me, draw me, paint me, read me, make me, collaborate with me, visit us!

Rosencrantz Comics Jesse Davidge will be showcasing the first volume of Mathemagicks & Mystiphysics and doing $5 drawings of anything you want!!

Vancouver Comic Con Producers of comic book & pop culture memorabilia shows for over a decade. Visit us at


Programming for the younger set on Hamilton Street!

September 23, 2011

There’s plenty for the younger set at Word On the Street. The action takes place on Hamilton Street! (Sunday September 25, 11-5)

THE KIDS TENT has Vikki VanSickle (Love is a Four-Letter Word), Lesley McKnight (Vancouver Kids), Brenda Bradshaw & Dr. Cheryl Mutch (Good Food to Go), Gina McMurchy-Barber (Broken Bones), and more.

In THE RAISE-A-READER CORNER (for ages 0-7), there’ll be storytellers and readings by Karim Alrawi (The Mouse Who Saved Egypt), Gary Kent & Kim La Fave (Fishing With Gubby), Joan Betty Stuchner (Can Hens Give Milk?), Brian Harris (Watch Me Grow: A Down-to-Earth Look at Growing Food in the City), and more.

On LITERACY LANE, watch for “Bookmaking for Kids,” and “Make a Collage Button with Laura Bucci.”

Check out our full program around town or here:


Friday and Saturday programming at Word On The Street

September 22, 2011

Saturday September 24 – Carnegie Centre

New this year, a full day of readings and workshops at CARNEGIE CENTRE. Take part in a chapbook making workshop, an open mic poetry night, readings by Evelyn Lau (Living Under Plastic), Richard Wagamese (One Story, One Song), poets taking part in 100,000 Poets for Change, and more. Events take place between 11 and 7.

Friday September 23 – Banyen Books & Sound, Historic Joy Kogawa House

BANYEN BOOKS & SOUND – Enjoy a talk by Carolyn Herriot, author of The Zero-Mile Diet: A Year-Round Guide to Growing Organic Food. (6:30-8)

HISTORIC JOY KOGAWA HOUSE – “Make a Collage Button” with Laura Bucci and meet Susan Crean—Historic Joy Kogawa House Writer-in-Residence. (7-9)

Full program details at:

And remember, all Word On The Street events are free!


Drama at The Word On The Street Vancouver!

September 22, 2011

Amongst the bzillions of activities and readings, check out drama and playwright readings on Sunday September 25th at The Word On The Street!

Mainstage: 2:30 Vancouver Youth Theatre—Why Justice? Vancouver Youth Theatre’s Teen Ensemble presents Why Justice?, a humourous, thought provoking and original piece written collaboratively by teen actors from BC’s Lower Mainland in partnership with VYT directors, with great music by local guitarist and singer songwriter Glenn Chatten, with Ross Fairbairn. Vancouver Youth Theatre is a non-profit society dedicated to the inspiration and education of young actors ages 5–18.

Authors Tent:
HOST : Jerry Wasserman, actor, critic, UBC theatre professor

12:00 C. E. Gatchalian (Vancouver) Presented by The Playwrights Guild of Canada
Crossing & Other Plays (Lethe Press $13.00)

‘Crossing’ explores the tormented, sexually charged relationship between a mother and her teenage son, bound together by guilt and fear over a horrific incident ten years prior. ‘Diamond’ is an elliptical, meta-theatrical dissection of one woman’s intimate story. ‘Ticks’ is the frantic, metronomeaccompanied monologue of a self-appointed, disease-stricken messiah, eager to bring a plague upon the city. C. E. Gatchalian is the author of three books of drama and one book of poetry. His plays have appeared on stages nationally and internationally, as well as on radio and television.

12:20 Lucia Frangione (Vancouver) Presented by The Playwrights Guild of Canada
Paradise Garden (Talonbooks $17.95)

Day lives with his mother in their historic family estate, shared with their new Turkish neighbours, the Zekis. While Day would prefer to avoid a longburied family secret, their neglected but luxurious garden reminds Layla Zeki of the Paradise Garden of Judeo-Christian / Islamic tradition. As love blossoms between Layla and Day, they struggle to find their similarities and understand their differences. Lucia Frangione is a young post-feminist voice in Canada’s independent theatre scene. She is the two-time recipient of the Gordon Armstrong Playwright Award and in 2001 won the Sydney Risk playwright award for Cariboo Magi.

12:40 TJ Dawe (Vancouver)
Labrador (Brindle & Glass $12.95)

Labrador is about a part of the world that practically no one knows anything about—Canada’s own Siberia. It’s also about the cycle of generations, how the hell bread got invented, the blurry line between fact and fiction, why schedule needs to be pronounced with a k sound, and how aliens and archaeologists are the same. TJ Dawe has written and performed eleven solo shows and participated in more than eighty theatre and comedy festivals. He was named the 2004 Touring Artist of the Year by the BC and Alberta Arts Council and his plays have been produced in Canada, the US and overseas.


What’s On Under The Street

September 20, 2011

The Word Under The Street is back this year with several fantastic local alternative comic book artists and illustrated zine producers! Several exhibitors will be found in The Word Under The Street marketplace downstairs in the Library’s Alice MacKay Room this Sunday. In addition to these fabulous exhibitors, you will also find some wonderful interactive activities.

If you are an aspiring comic artist that would love feedback from a mentor, here’s your chance! Twelve experienced comic artists will provide you with undivided attention, advice and affirmation. Be sure to bring your work and sign up early at The Word Under The Street because the 24 spaces will fill up fast! The following Comic Consultants will be offering two 15-minute critiques each:

12:00 — Jeff Ellis, Tara C. Carmichael
12:30 — Carina Piccioni, Kim Glennie
1:00 — Steve Rolston, James Lloyd
1:30 — Mary Karaplis, Sydney More
2:00 — Leonard S. Wong, Jenna Sokalski
2:30 — Jonathon Dalton, Jesse Davidge

Robin Thompson

Also at The Word Under The Street, join instructor, comic book artist, self-publisher and freelancing artist Robin Thompson from 2:00-3:00 for his hands-on Cartooning Workshop. You’ll learn how to create awesome characters and design your own comic strip! This workshop is perfect for ages 11-16, but class is limited to 20 participants so be sure to sign up early!

More great programming, including panels and workshops, will take place Under The Street in Word Talks (Alma Van Dusen Room) and Writing Talks (Peter Kaye Room).

Be sure to visit our website and online program guide for full details!


This Year’s Visual Exhibits

September 19, 2011

Once again this year, The Word On The Street Festival will boast a fantastic variety of visual displays inside the Library on Sunday, September 25.

Upstairs in the Library Promenade you will find The Annual Silent Auction where attendees can support the festival and treat themselves to something fabulous at the same time! Items have been donated by publishers, restaurants, hotels, businesses and more.

Also in the Promenade, The BC Book Arts Guild will present a variety of fascinating Bookmaking Demos throughout the day. Watch one of the following hands-on demonstrations and be inspired by professional artists:

11:00-12:00 — Gina Page, mini-tunnel books
12:00-1:00 — Suzan Lee, making books from a single sheet of paper
1:00-2:00 — Lindsay Page, traditional books: alternative politics
2:00-3:00 — Reg Lissel, handmade paper
3:00-4:00 — Kassandra Bonn, simple book structures
4:00-5:00 — Jan Janovick, more book structures

Downstairs in the Library Moat you will find more great visual exhibits, including The Bookmark Show and the Carnegie Centre Chapbook Workshop Exhibition!

OCW Magazine will present The Bookmark Show — a non-juried exhibition of original artwork created by Canadian artists and designers. These custom bookmarks are created using a variety of mediums and materials, are functional for use and will be for sale at the Festival. Proceeds will go the non-profit OCW Arts & Publishing Foundation.

Chapbooks made by participants of the Carnegie Centre Workshop on Saturday will also be displayed and for sale! Chapbooks are short, self-published, homemade books that give writers the opportunity to circulate their work quickly and cost-efficiently. For more information about the workshop, visit our website.

See you this weekend!