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May 13, 2009
VOL. 10, Issue 3

May 13, 2009
At ArtSpace, 378 Aylmer St, N., 7:00pm

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Joe Davies
Joe Davies' fiction has appeared in magazines across Canada, including subTerrain, The New Quarterly, The Antigonish Review, Queen's Quarterly and Exile. Currently he's revising a novel and writing a collection of short pieces entitled "Dream Jobs." He lives in Peterborough with his wife and three children.

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Tim Etherington
Tim Etherington is a Peterborough writer, teacher and theatre artist. His long involvement with live performance includes local work with the Union Theatre, Market Hall, 4th Line, the Gordon Best and as the creator of Noplace Studios. This month his prose work is featured in Pearl magazine.

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Chris Hutchinson
Chris Hutchinson is the author of two books - Other People's Lives, Brick Books, 2009 and Unfamiliar Weather, Muses' Company, 2005. His poems have been translated into Chinese and have appeared in numerous Canadian and U.S. journals and anthologies. He recently moved to Toronto for the hell of it.

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Janette Platana
Janette Platana has contributed short fiction to dANDelion, Kiss Machine, Broken Pencil and Descant, and others, including DeathRealm. Her work has been anthologized in "CantLit: Fearless Fiction", "TransVersions", "Take Out", and in The Turkish Anthology of Canadian Fiction. She acknowledges the support of the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Council, and the Chalmers Foundation. She has many terrific poems and stories awaiting publication in book form, so if you are an agent or publisher, feel free to come on over and say howdy.

Photo credit: David Barker Maltby

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Darryl Whetter
Darryl Whetter is the author of two books of fiction. His collection of stories, A Sharp Tooth in the Fur, was named to The Globe and Mail's Top 100 Books of 2003. His debut novel, The Push & the Pull, was released in 2008. He has published fifteen stories in journals and anthologies, including Best Canadian Stories, The Fiddlehead, PRISM, Prairie Fire, The New Quarterly and Coming Attractions. Darryl holds a PhD in English and has published or presented papers on contemporary literature in France, Sweden, Canada, Germany, the United States, India and Iceland. Nearly 100 of his commissioned book reviews have appeared in venues such as The TO Star, The National Post, The Vancouver Sun, The Montreal Gazette, The Globe and Mail, Detroit's Metro Times and Darryl Whetter has been a professor of English and creative writing at various universities in Canada. He contributes regularly to CBC Radio's Talking Books and has a piece forthcoming in the McSweeney's magazine The Believer.

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