I'm thrilled to announce the Toronto Launch of The Meaning of Children! May 31st at the Dora Keogh Irish Pub, 141 Danforth. Part of The Exile Writers Series, we will also be toasting the launch of Claude Tatilon's A Pinch Of Time (David Homel's translation of the original French novel, La soupe au pistou). The book has won many honours and sold 20,000 copies in France.
Jesus Hardwell's story collection Easy Living will also be featured, along with Ann Elizabeth Carson and Claudio Gaudio, from Exile Quarterly's 34.3 and 34.4 issues. Music by bass musician Grant Curle.
All in all, an incredible week for Exile Editions, which on May 28th will be presenting:
Exile’s Short Fiction Awards ~ $8,000 to Canadian writers!
Saturday, May 28
6:30 – 10:30 PM
Presentations by the awards’ Sponsor and Host, Ms. Gloria Vanderbilt.
$95.00 per Person ~ Advance Tickets Only / Reservation Only
Price includes assigned Table Seating and Dinner, a copy of the Carter V. Cooper Anthology that features the 10 finalists’ stories, the all-new Exile Quarterly 35.1 (plus a one year subscription), and five $2.00 “free” bets and race guide per guest to play the horses. We will also have available Gloria Vanderbilt’s new collection of stories The Things We Fear Most.
We Honour the Three Winners:
$3,000 ~ Frank Westcott for The Poet
$3,000 ~ Silvia Moreno-Garcia for Scales as Pale as Moonlight
$2,000 ~ Ken Stange for The Heart of a Rat
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