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OCTOBER 3, 2005
VOL. 6, Issue 2

Oct 3, 2005
At the Gordon Best Theatre, 216 Hunter Street, W., 8:00pm

Evie Christie
Evie Christie is the author of "Gutted," published by ECW Press. "Gutted," Evie Christie's powerful and harrowing debut, pulses with the rhythms of life, loss, and love. Energized with the language of now and the wide scope of popular culture, while dwelling in Yeats' "foul rag and bone shop of the heart" a world where needs are unfulfilled and passions unrequited (or worse) it also manages to revel in the beauty of fragility and discover awe in the smallest things.

Evie Christie was born in Peterborough. She now lives in Toronto. Her poetry has appeared in such literary magazines as Taddle Creek and Kiss Machine. Evie Christie appears courtesy ECW Press.

anya gwyne
anya gwyne is a Peterborough performer and writer. You may have enjoyed her performances in Gorgeous Georgies and Max's Cabaret. She will be presenting new writing for your enjoyment.

Philip Kummel
Philip "Pip" Kummel is a musician, playwright, and poet. He has produced such works as "Seton" a play which follows the life of Ernest Thompson Seton who lived in Lindsay, Ontario and co-founded the Boy Scouts of America which was produced by 4th Line Theatre in 1996 and "Under the Gardener" a novel. As a singer/songwriter his albums include "Bigger Then Several States" and "The Book of Serjeant Salt." He has staged over twenty theatre productions, and is working on the next album of original independent adult pop with a jazzy feel. His music is available at ZUNIOR.COM and GEOCITIES.COM/PIPKUMMEL.

Meaghan Strimas
Meaghan Strimas lives in Little Italy. She is the author of the poetry collection "Junkman's Daughter" (Exile Editions, 2004) and is working on her second collection tentatively titled, "Emblem." Meaghan Strimas was unable to read this night because of illness. Meghan Strimas appears courtesy Exile Editions

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