Soon… in Toronto
Watch for Karen in Windsor, Ontario, in October.
Dates and locations TBA.
Join Karen as she reads at the annual Toronto Urban Folk Art Salon.
Thursday, September 26, 2019
6:00 – 8:00 PM
Mount Pleasant Library
599 Mount Pleasant Avenue
Karen read “I’m your Man” and “Mosul, Child and Bicycle” at the Draft Reading Series 14:3
St Matthew’s Clubhouse, 450 Broadview Avenue, Toronto
Karen read at the Poetry Cabaret of the Toronto International Festival of Authors.
October 23, 2018
Lakeside Terrace, Harbourfront Centre
235 Queens Quay West
Toronto M5J 2G8
She was joined by the wonderful Joanne Arnott and the formidable Paul Vermeersch.
Many thanks to Heather and Jim of Tightrope Books who threw her into the hurly-burly of the IFOA’s The Battle of the Bards.
When: Tuesday, 23 October, 9 PM
Where: Harbourfront Centre
Come and cheer on the poets!
Karen is reading with amazing poets: Lorna Crozier and Paul Vermeersch.
Visit IFOA.org for further details.
Come join in the celebration of the Toronto launch of the first Applebeard Editions title, Release Any Words Stuck Inside of You: An untethered Collection of Shorts made in collaboration with untethered magazine!
Wednesday, July 11th at 7pm at Supermarket Bar, 268 Augusta Ave. in Kensington Market, Toronto
The evening will be full of whimsical banter for all.
There will be several short readings by some of contributors living in and around Toronto, including André Babyn, Sara Flemington, Kate Gies, Lesley Kenny, Cara-Lyn Morgan, Karen Mulhallen, Katherine Pilon, Rasiqra Revulva, Emily Sanford, and Priscila Uppal!
The book is 178 pages and packed into a 5×7 frame—small, tight, and muscular, much like the work that appears within its covers.
Discounted copies of the book will be for sale.
“I still wake in the night, or in the hours just at dawn, and I remember what it was like, what it was like to sit on a dune and look out over the sea, what it was like to have horses nuzzle me from each side, and from the rear—no escape. What it was like to feel the wind and to follow a horse track somewhere, over there, somewhere where sand and seal and horse and sea and sky meet.”
Read Karen’s article about Sable Island on the Sable Island Institute website.