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Book Launch - Things Are Different Here by Rod Michalko
Education
Toronto, Ontario
August 29, 2017
A Pages UnBound event - Things Are Different Here book launch

Rod Michalko has taken on a new challenge—writing a book of short stories. The blind disability studies theorist and teacher is a highly respected essayist but with Things Are Different Here, he’s moved successfully and wholeheartedly into literature. The results are dramatic and exciting.

Join us on August 29 at the Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Avenue (half a block south of Bloor between Bathurst and Spadina subway stations) for an evening with Rod Michalko and friends.

Rod’s celebration will include readings by friends and a musical set by singer Chloe Watkinson. The readers include Nate Bitton, Devon Healey, Mel Pyne, Tanya Titchkosky and others.

His new book Things Are Different Here, published by Insomniac Press, will be available for purchase.

Free Snacks. Cash Bar. Accessible.
Doors open at 7pm
Event begins at 8.

You can Pay What You Can or simply drop by and be entertained.

Rod Michalko is a blind disability studies theorist who has recently retired from teaching at the University of Toronto. His books and essays are known internationally. He has now moved into the realm of short story writing, and Things are Different Here is his first collection. He lives in Toronto.

Chloe Watkinson has come out of her musical roots to create her own name in Canadian Music. For 10 years she has played all over North America, with a passion for music, and how it allows her to connect with people. Chloe and her band Park Eddy released their debut album last year which is available on CD Baby, iTunes, and Spotify."

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