Monthly Archives: February 2012

February 16, 2012



Cathy PetchCathy Petch is a playwrite, spoken word artist, performer, musician and lighting technician. She hosts the Plasticine Poetry Series, which turned 5 this year. Petch was recently published in Toronto Quarterly Magazine. She is a member of the 2011 Toronto Poetry Slam Team.
Tonight is her mutherfucking book launch “Late Night Knife Fights” published by Lyrical Myrical Press and edited by the sultry Lisa Young. It is a collection of poems surrounding themes of travel, violence, and sex. So it’s kinda like getting a midflight hand job from someone with really sharp nails, but it feels soso good. She hopes you might buy a copy.

She is happiest onstage.
Daniel Tysdal
Daniel Scott Tysdal is the author of two books of poetry, The Mourner’s Book of Albums (Tightrope 2010) and Predicting the Next Big Advertising Breakthrough Using a Potentially Dangerous Method (Coteau 2006). Predicting received the ReLit Award for Poetry (2007) and the Anne Szumigalski Poetry Award (2006).

His work has appeared in a number of literary journals and anthologies, and has earned him honourable mention at the National Magazine Awards (2003) and the Matrix Lit Pop Award (2010).

He currently teaches creative writing and English literature at the University of Toronto Scarborough.

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