Ross and Lavery read on Wednesday!
House of Anansi presents
John Lavery and Stuart Ross
An unusual night of fiction (and song)
23 February · 7:30 pm
88 Ossington Avenue
This is not your typical evening of fiction. I'm telling you.
Join us for this rare joint reading by John Lavery and Stuart Ross.
John will be reading from his widely acclaimed novel, Sandra Beck, and he'll be performing selections from his forthcoming CD, Dignity. He gives readings such as you have never before witnessed.
I'll be reading from Buying Cigarettes for the Dog, his ReLit Prize-winning story collection, as well as some new works, and possibly a preview from his forthcoming novel, Snowball, Dragonfly, Jew.
And it's free, damn it!
JOHN LAVERY is the author of two acclaimed story collections, Very Good Butter and You, Kwaznievski, You Piss Me Off (both from ECW Press), and the novel Sandra Beck (Anansi). Very Good Butter was a finalist for the Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction, and Lavery has twice been a finalist in the annual Prism International fiction contest. His stories have appeared in This Magazine, Canadian Forum, the Ottawa Citizen, and the London Spectator, as well as in the Journey Prize Anthology. He lives in Gatineau, Quebec.
STUART ROSS's most recent books are Buying Cigarettes for the Dog (Freehand Books), Dead Cars in Managua (DC Books), and I Cut My Finger (Anvil Press). Buying Cigarettes for the Dog was a finalist for the Alberta Readers' Choice Award and the Alberta Book Publishers Award, and is the 2010 winner of the ReLit Prize in the short-fiction category. Stuart is Fiction & Poetry Editor at This Magazine, and he has his own imprint through Mansfield Press. After half a century in Toronto, Stuart now lives in Cobourg, Ontario.
Over and out.