Poetry illustrated

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SHIRLEY CAMIA CHILDREN SHOULDN’T USE KNIVES (AT BAY PRESS, 2017)

w/ JOYCE JODIE KIM

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 26TH

knife | fork | book at The Dark Side Studio, 244 Augusta Avenue, Second Floor (walk-up above Bunner’s Bakery)

Doors 6:30 Poetry 7-ish
SHIRLEY CAMIA is a Filipina-Canadian poet. She is the author of three collections of poetry: the forthcoming Children Shouldn’t Use Knives (At Bay Press, 2017), The Significance of Moths (Turnstone Press, 2015) and Calliope (Libros Libertad, 2011). Her work has been featured in North American publications such as The New Quarterly and the Winnipeg Free Press, and is forthcoming in TAYO and the anthology, My Lot is a Sky, from Math Paper Press in Singapore. Born in Winnipeg, Shirley has lived across Canada, the Philippines, Japan and Kenya. She is currently based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
JOYCE JODIE HA-EUN KIM is a Toronto-based artist inspired by the testimonies and lives around her. She loves to draw and paint sights or fleeting moments that are often overlooked. Joyce is a fine-arts student, currently attending the Ontario College of Arts and Design University (OCAD U).

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