KFB FRIDAYS | THIS FRIDAY
“What has annually become our most anticipated, biggest event of the season… and for good reason.” – Kirby
ANSTRUTHER PRESS FALL 2018 LAUNCH
ANDREW BROOKS ONE COUNTRY AFTER
JM FRANCHETEAU HEART & MOUTH & DEED & LIFE
DAVID GROULX AM A SKIN TOO
EMILY OSBOURNE BIOMETRICAL
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9TH
knife | fork | book
at The Dark Side Studio | 244 Augusta Avenue | 2nd Floor | Kensington Market | Toronto
Doors 6:30 Poetry 7
Access: We are a second floor walk-up with two all-gender washrooms. Please remove your shoes upon entrance.
There will also be copies of AMY LeBLANC‘s recently released Ladybird, Ladybird, and JOHN BARTON‘s new manifesto, Visible But Not Seen: Queer Expression in the Age of Equity.
ANDREW BROOKS is a freelance writer and editor who lives in the same Toronto as JM Francheteau. One Country After is his first book. Other than that, his poetry CV consists of a few magazine appearances in the early 80s; he returned to poetry about six years ago after spending a few decades thinking about it.
JM FRANCHETEAU lives in the Toronto that’s in Canada. He co-organizes the Toronto Zine Off and One-Off Reading events, and took his poetry on tour in 2015 with Worst Case Ontario and 2018 with GO Big Then GO Home. This is his third chapbook.
DAVID GROULX was raised in the Northern Ontario mining community of Elliot Lake. He is proud of his Native roots—his mother is Ojibwe and his father French Canadian. David studied creative writing at the En’owkin Centre, Penticton, BC, where he won the Simon J. Lucas Jr. Memorial Award for poetry. His latest book, The Wabigoon River Poems was nominated for the Archibald Lampman award in 2016. David’s poetry has appeared in over a hundred periodicals in England, Australia, Germany, Austria, and the USA. He lives in a log home near Ottawa.
EMILY OSBOURNE Osborne is the winner of The Malahat Review’s 2018 Far Horizon Award for Poetry. Her poetry has been published in CV2, The Literary Review of Canada, The Antigonish Review, Canthius, Minola Review, and elsewhere. She earned a PhD in Old Norse-Icelandic Literature from the University of Cambridge, and her full-length book of Norse poetry translations, Quarrel of Arrows, is forthcoming from Junction Books. Emily serves as a poetry editor for Pulp Literature. She lives with her husband Daniel Cowper on Bowen Island, BC.