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After the Collapse
Edward Keenan and Andy Boorman
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Sept. 21, 2014, 8:18 a.m.
This week, we present a live recording of our second Investigative Poetry Night at La Revolucion (hyperlink? They don't seem to have a page on the old hyperlink. Can we call it something like a community space or something?), which takes the increasingly dire situation of climate change as its theme. After setting the scene with some works by IP's inventor, Ed Sanders, Louis and Jim host an evening that features poetry by Toronto Star columnist Edward Keenan and cheeky writer Andy Boorman, as well as musical interludes from Indira Nanavati Cadena, Richard McCarthy and Michael Keith. A special thanks to the Junction Craft Brewery for sponsorship, and to the crew at La Rev for supporting the local arts and politics scene in the Junction.

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00:48:18 1 Sept. 18, 2014
La Revolucion, 2848 Dundas St. W, Toronto
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