Factory Theatre in Toronto presents Factory Wired 14, a festival of new works in progress. On June 14, see a reading of Karen Hines's Governor General Award–nominated Drama: Pilot Episode, just emerging from a year of post-premiere polishing in Alberta - consider this its Toronto 'howdy'!
Music industry and Canadian pop culture veteran Ralph Alfonso, whose career has spanned punk rock, major labels, beatnik poetry, fanzines, photography and all points in between, will be discussing the legacy of Teenage Head with Geoff Pevere, author of Gods of the Hammer: The Teenage Head Story. There will be drinks, great conversation, and a lot of f*cking great music.
Geoff Pevere will be in Hamilton on Saturday, June 7 from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. to sign copies of Gods of the Hammer: The Teenage Head Story. Gord Lewis of Teenage Head will be there to sign copies with him! Hammertown, don't miss out.
A reading by Sina Queyras (MxT) kicks off the 24th annual International Virginia Woolf Conference. Queyras, whose work often reflects a deep engagement with Woolf, is the author of several collections, including Expressway and Lemon Hound.
From May 29 to 31, the largest publishing event in North America – Book Expo America (or 'BEA' to those in 'the biz') – is hosted at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, and Coach House will be there.
Wide Slumber is an evening length music theatre performance weaving together live music and visuals, inspired by a.rawlings's award-winning book of poems Wide slumber for lepidopterists, which tracks the stages of sleep and pairs them with the life cycle of lepidopterae (butterflies and moths).
The Coach House team is getting close to our favourite time of year (this is an egregious lie): inventory counting!
We don't want to do it; our warehouse frightens us. Ergo, we have decided that for the rest of July, all of our backlist titles will be on sale at a 25% discount. This includes all of our books published (in print and electronically) prior to our recent spring 2014 titles.
The Trouble with Brunch: Work, Class and the Pursuit of Leisure, the latest title in our Exploded Views series, is now available for purchase through the Coach House website. Award-winning writer and urbanist Shawn Micallef takes on the hallowed tradition of brunch, rethinking it as a way to look more closely at the nature of work itself and a catalyst for solidarity among the so-called creative class.
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