Tuesday, May 15, 2018 - 6:00 PM
Book Launch: Toronto Lit Up

Ben McNally Books

366 Bay St
Toronto M5H 4B2
Cost: FREE

Celebrate three new works of words and ideas written by Heather Cadsby (Standing in the Flock of Connections), Degan Davis (What Kind of Man Are You), and Steve McOrmond (Reckon). Join the authors, Brick Books and IFOA for this presentation. Authors will be in attendance.

Admission is free. RSVP here.


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Toronto Lit Up is a three year initiative, spearheaded by the Toronto Arts Council and IFOA, designed to spotlight Toronto’s writers and empower local artists with career-building opportunities. Click here for more information.

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    Heather Cadsby

    Heather Cadsby was born in Belleville, Ontario and moved to Toronto at a young age. She obtained a BA degree from McMaster University and taught elementary school for a number of years. In the 1980s she helped organize poetry readings at the Axle-Tree Coffee House in Toronto. A co-founder of the poetry press Wolsak and Wynn, she served for many years as a director of the Art Bar Poetry Series. She continues to live in Toronto. Standing in the Flock of Connections is her fifth poetry collection.

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    Degan Davis

    Degan Davis spent his childhood in Mattawa, Ontario, at the confluence of two rivers. He works as a Gestalt Therapist, both in a university setting and in private practice. Degan's poetry and non-fiction have appeared in such places as The Globe and Mail, The Malahat Review, Riddle Fence, and The New Quarterly. What Kind of Man Are You is his first book. He is currently working on a collection of essays about masculinity, femininity, and how to be a good man in this era. He lived for many years in St. John’s and now lives in Toronto.

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    Steve McOrmond

    Steve McOrmond is the author of three previous collections of poetry, most recently The Good News about Armageddon (Brick Books 2010), which appeared on a number of book critics’ Best of 2010 lists and was shortlisted for the 2011 ReLit Award. His second collection, Primer on the Hereafter (Wolsak and Wynn 2006), was awarded the Atlantic Poetry Prize. His debut collection, Lean Days (Wolsak and Wynn 2004), was shortlisted for the Gerald Lampert Award. Originally from Prince Edward Island, he lives in Toronto. Reckon is his fourth poetry collection.