Reading and performances from Issue 3.31 featuring
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
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.