The innovative QuArc Issue, a summer edition collaboration between The New Quarterly and Arc Poetry magazine, is being marked with a reception and readings on Wednesday, July 27 at the Bookshelf in Guelph (41 Quebec Street). The doors open at 5pm, the evening kicks off with a poetical musical set by Kay’la Fraser at 6. Readings begin @ 6:40 and include Erin Noteboom Bow, Shane Nielson, Tanis Macdonald and Jim Johnstone. It's pay-what-you-can. You can see samples from the double, flipbook issue here. Contributors to the magzine includeChristian Bök, Don McKay, Alice Munro,Margaret Atwood, and many more.
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