“Toronto’s Fully Accessible All-Poetry Destination.” I’m still sitting with this. A Sandie Shaw song plays on the Kirby jukebox, “and you’re nothing less than brilliant in my eyes.” “I love how you sparkle.” There’s so much I can say here, but you already hear my words as clearly as I’m hearing Sandie’s glorious pop vocals, […]
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Three years ago this October, KFB launched HOA NGUYEN’s VIOLET ENERGY INGOTS (Wave, 2016) to a full house spilling onto the street in our brand spanking new digs at Rick’s Cafe, Kensington Market. Hoa laughs, but I’ll always credit her for “putting us on the map.” There were many “larger” “established” places she could have […]
IT’S OFFICIAL. KFB IS MOVING TO ARTSCAPE YOUNGPLACE 180 Shaw Street. Mezzanine Level. Toronto. A cafe. Serving Poetry. 7/24. Fully accessible. Our new home. This will be our last week in Kensington Market at The Dark Side Studio, our final reading this FRIDAY the 13TH celebrating JAY MillAr’s I Could Have Pretended To Be Better […]
Poet’s know. KFB. Woke up this morning to this brilliant thread by poet NIKKI SHEPPY, a photo essay that not only encourages poets/readers to take advantage of the final day of our MASSIVE MOVING SALE (Today 1-5PM), she captures the core of what makes KFB an essential place like no other: the riches of poetry […]
Vibrant voices in word and deed. See you there!