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2016 GOLDIE Award Winner and 2016 Toronto Book Award Finalist 

Marnie Woodrow’s Heyday made my toes curl with glee in anticipation of the wild recklessness of young love. A love, a novel, so vibrant, so fresh it sparkles. Joyous.  – k | f | b

See/hear/meet MARNIE WOODROW read from her early collection, In the Spice House, set in Kensington Market, to celebrate the opening of knife | fork | book on October 6th.  Doors open at 6:30PM

Photo: KIRBY

Thursdays in October



October 6th | MARNIE WOODROW 


October 20th  December 15th |  JIM NASON 

October 27th | HOA NGUYEN 


OPENING NIGHT: 10/62016 Toronto Book Award Finalist and Goldie Award winning novelist MARNIE WOODROW reads from her early collection of shorts, In the Spice House, set in Kensington Market.  10/13THE POWER OF PORTRAITURE opens, curated by TOM MAUNDER of GALLERY 1007  12/15 (Note date change) – Poet JIM NASON reads from his new collection Touch Anywhere To Begin (Signature Editions) and 10/27 TORONTO BOOK LAUNCH of the highly anticipated new collection by HOA NGUYEN, VIOLET ENERGY INGOTS (Wave Books).

knife | fork | book
at Rick’s Cafe | 281 Augusta Avenue | Kensington Market

Doors open at 6:30PM (check here for any updates)
Photo credits: 1,2,3 Jeff Kirby. Hoa Nguyen, PBS Newshour.