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Monthly archive November, 2011

Natalie Zina Walschots talks to Sachiko Murakami

NZW: The timeline for Project Rebuild has been incredibly compressed. I first heard of the project at the beginning on July 6th , and a physical version of the project, the book Rebuild, was launched at the Pilot on September 7th, a mere two months after the original invitations to renovate were sent out. What...

Erica Baum’s ‘Dog Ear’

Embedded in our current moment is the unique opportunity to interrogate the manner in which we conceive of what it means to read. A materiality that was once self-evident – i.e., you read a book, or a sign, or a magazine – in the relationship between a text and the act of reading has receded...

Synapse: Second Reading of the Season

This one is going to be amazing. And for the record, we have already partially lined up our readers and laid out the themes of next semester’s readings. Stay tuned for that. Concordia has it all going on with the reading series. Between Synapse, Writers Read, and The Pilot…oh, and we are big fans of...

from The Mirror, thanks

DECEPTIVELY CONTAINED: Davis Photo by THEO COTE Lydia Davis break Short story writer Lydia Davis, a direct literary descendant of post-modernist great Donald Barthelme, reads at Concordia’s York Amphitheatre (1515 Ste-Catherine W.) this Friday, Nov. 4, 7:30 Concordia’s Writers Read series. The 2003 MacArthur fellow, whose collected stories were published in 2009, is a writer’s...

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