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JANUARY 2, 2005
VOL. 6, Issue 5

Jan 2, 2005
At the Gordon Best Theatre, 216 Hunter Street, W., 8:00pm

Pamela Brown
Pamela Brown is a writer, film maker and feminist who has just moved to Peterborough. To learn more, please visit her website at

Tim Etherington
Tim Etherington is a 5' 10", 170 pund left winger. Blessed by good first step acceleration and excellent lateral movement, he effortlessly negotiates his way through the most tangled of syntax. After spending five seasons in the T.O. Literary Leagues, he returned two years ago to Peterborough - the cradle of junior hockey and uppity bohemians. Now a full-fledged Oldtimer, Tim must adapt his writing style to the contingencies of career, family and sll sorts of other middle-class trappings. While he may have lost some of this trademark provocation, Tim can still surprise with a timely turn of phrase or profane, gamebreaking outburst.

Cathy Petch
Cathy Petch has been writing upsetting and humorous stories, poems, and plays for most of her life. She was the winner of the Union Theatre Playwriting Contest for her twice-produced play "Napalm Queen". She has seen nine of her plays and sketches hit the stage. Cathy has also been published by Word Works ("Dusty Pictures" & "There Is Something Terrible About a Collection of Guitars"), The Hunter Street Hummer ("Angry Rant", #'s 1-12), Mass and Jack Magazine. Her latest work, published by Erroneous Press, "You Make Me Sick, The Love Poems of Tits Mc Gee", has received much recognition. Cathy was also interviewed for this work on 89.5 CIUT, U of T Radio. Currently, she is hard at work on a Romance novel, tentatively named "Escape from Shadow Lake." She dreams of a day where sicko writers like herself are paid like lawyers.

Ursula Pflug
Ursula Pflug is author of the novel "Green Music." (Tesseract Books, 2002.) She is also a playwright, internationally published short story writer, arts journalist and creative writing tutor. Her most recent short fiction publication is "The Eyes of Horus," in Wheatland Press's "The Nine Muses," an invitational anthology for women spec fic writers. She writes essays, as well as art and book reviews for The Peterborough Examiner, The New York Review of Science Fiction, Strange Horizons, Today's Parent, The Link and other publications. She thought we were skipping winter this year.
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