This Magazine, which has had a literary component for most of its 48 years, is for the first time publishing a summer reading issue. The special issue will be introduced at a special event on Wednesday, July 16 at the Supermarket in Toronto's Kensington Market (268 Augusta Ave.) Literary editor Dani Couture will host short readings by Aisha Sasha John (THOU, The Shining Material),David Seymour (For Display Purposes Only), and Tony Burgess (Pontypool Changes Everything, The n-Body Problem). The event starts at 7:30 and the $5 entry includes a copy of the special issue.
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