Two Books, One Stone: a launch & reading

Friday, November 4 @ 8:00pm
281 Industrial Avenue (downstairs)

With a talk by Jeanne Heuving at 8:30 sharp

Jordan Scott launches Night & Ox (Coach House Books)
Jeanne Heuving launches The Transmutation of Love and Avant-Garde Poetics (U of Alabama P)

Presented by Coach House Books and The Capilano Review

Presented also with snacks and things to drink!

Organized by TCR and Donato Mancini

Jordan Scott is the author of Silt (New Star, 2005), blert (Coach House, 2008), and, with Stephen Collis, Decomp (Coach House, 2013). Scott was the 2015/16 Writer in Residence at Simon Fraser University. His new book is Night & Ox (Coach House, 2016). He lives in Port Coquitlam, BC.

Jeanne Heuving is the author of The Transmutation of Love and Avant-Garde Poetics from the Modern and Contemporary Poetics series (U of Alabama P 2016) and Transducer (Chax 2008). Her cross-genre book Incapacity (Chiasmus 2004) won a Small Press Traffic Book of the Year award. She directs the MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics at the University of Washington Bothell.

Catriona Strang's most recent book is Corked (Talonbooks, 2014). She is nearly finished Reveries of a Solitary Biker, a consideration of non-productivity and caring labour loosely based on Rousseau's last book, Reveries of the Solitary Walker, to be published next year. She collaborated for over 10 years with the late Nancy Shaw, and spent the last decade homeschooling her kids. She lives in Vancouver.

Reg Johanson is the author of several books of poetry and a smattering of critical essays. He is the editor of CUE Books, and teaches writing and literature from an anti-colonial and anti-capitalist perspective at Capilano University.

Anahita Jamali Rad was born in Shiraz, Iran, and now lives on unceded Coast Salish Territories a.k.a. Vancouver. Jamali Rad is the author and binder of handmade chapbooks such as Un In Uni Form, You and Me Baby, Patterns, Heart/Felt/Poems, and say what you like about my glasses, but i never get drunk and drank confused when i’m out with the working classes. Alongside Danielle LaFrance, she co-organizes the women’s critical reading and discussion group, About a Bicycle, and co-edits a biannual journal of the same name. Jamali Rad's new book, For Love and Autonomy, was just published by Talonbooks.


Accessibility information:

Entrance to the event space is street level, through a 4-metre-wide entry into a long gallery-type reading hall. Seating is a mix of (different kinds of) chairs and five benches that seat 5-6 people each. There is one fully-accessible stall in the bathroom. All single doors in the building (including the bathroom door and bathroom-stall door) are 34".

Parking is scarce in the area so we recommend public-transiting, biking, or walking if feasible. 

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