Archive for March, 2009
This window into the complex inner life of a very real-feeling woman is refreshing. She lives an ordinary life that, when closely examined—like all ordinary lives—is extraordinary in its details. Similarly extraordinary-in-its-ordinariness is Fowles’ sweet little book; its honest and unassuming acknowledgments and author and printer profiles reveal a collaborative labor of love between independent […]
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
The Blue Moon Pub
725 Queen St. E. (at Broadview)
Doors: 7:30/reading 8:00 p.m.
with readings by
Terri Favro & Ron Edding
Stacey May Fowles, Clara Ho
Admission of $5 includes the latest issue of DRAFT, a limited-edition publication available only at the events in this series.
For Further information (416) 433-4170
In February and March 2009 authors Stacey May Fowles and Hal Niedzviecki corresponded via email about the broader implications of ordinary women revealing themselves and their lives on the internet, and how the moral and cultural consequences of online pornography, community, and diminished privacy create murky waters indeed.
Check out the full piece at The […]