Reading and performances from Issue 3.31 featuring

Christopher Tubbs
Natasha Gauthier
sidony o'neal
Stacey Ho
Kai Rajala


This event takes place on the unceded and ancestral Coast Salish Territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.

Much graditude for the generous support of the Arts Factory Society

Above image from "stitching back the land" by Afuwa & Dion Kaszas


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".

In order to make this an accessible event, this will be a fragrance-free space.

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


About the issue:

TCR 3.31 (Winter 2016) augurs a world built for all bodies. Guest edited by listen chen, this open issue contains absolutely no nostalgia. Stay tuned for new writing by Gwen Benaway, Shane Book, Andrea Abi-Karam, Christopher Tubbs, Ambient Asian Space, Jennie Duguay, Caroline Szpak and José Vadi; artwork by Afuwa & Dion Kaszas, Eli Howey, Lee Lai, Bug Cru, Jennifer Tamayo; and reviews by Carmen, Cam Scott, Faye Mathes and Samantha Nock.