Join Karen at Still Dancing, a celebration of Canadian poetry and song on Saturday, September 16, 2-4 pm at the East York Civic Centre.
This intimate afternoon of stories, songs and poetry recalling Canada’s rich literary legacy from East Toronto and beyond is a free event.
Featuring Toronto Poet Laureate, Anne Michaels, with Karen, Paul Dutton and Annie Wong.
Student reciters from Poetry in Voice, music by David Sereda, Dave Grey and Tyler Wagler
Karen and long-time friend, writer and poet musician extraordinaire, Robert Priest, will take the stage at The Cadillac Lounge from 2-3 (1296 Queen Street West, Toronto) to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love.
This is Universal Music’s celebration of that great period of music.
The event runs from 12-6, with a barbecue, face painting, poetry and live bands. Karen and Robert are the featured poets.
The Love Poetry Festival location has moved from Toronto Island to Queen Books.
Join Karen and eight other poets for an evening of poetry and love.
Saturday, July 29, 2017
5:00 – 7:00 pm
914 Queen Street East (at Logan Avenue)
Download the poster for further details.
Join Karen at the Summer of Love event at the Cadillac Lounge on July 23.
Karen will read at 2:30pm.
The event runs from 12 to 6pm. It begins with a BBQ lunch and includes live music throughout the day.
The Cadillac Lounge is located at 1296 Queen St. W., Toronto.
Karen will be reading at the Love Poetry Festival on July 29, 2017.
The Festival takes place on Centre Island in St. Andrew by the Lake Church.
Pictured here is the poster from last year’s Festival.
Come out and see Karen Mulhallen read at the launch of her new book of poetry, Seasons in an Unknown Key.
The launch will be held Wednesday, April 12th, 2017 at 7:30pm at the Glad Day Bookshop in Toronto.
Published by Tightrope Books in April 2017
In her latest collection of poetry, Karen Mulhallen takes us on a physical journey through the course of a year and on a spiritual journey through many lives. The beauty of birds, the amour fou of the inconstant lover, the rapture of the past in the history of Toronto Islands and of the city of Pompeii. This is a poet at the height of her art, crafting language and rhythm, to mirror the ebb and flow of the scene. A compelling and devastating group of poems.