Event Info, Oddities Means and Ends

Oddities, Means and Ends

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The Odd Couple, the 13th Annual Concordia English Graduate Colloquium, presents Oddities, Means and Ends, hosted by Emcee Puns-a-lot/Churchmaster C.

Join us at Kafein for our featured readings in poetry and prose, including a reading by Poet Laureate of Toronto and The Odd Couple’s keynote speaker, George Elliott Clarke. We will also have readings from students from Concordia and other universities, including Rachel Burlock, Carousel Calvo, Caterina Incisa, Denise Leitão, Mona’a Malik, Jess Nicol, Natascha Simard, and Caitlyn Spencer.

The evening will close with an hour of open mic, so bring your best work in poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and convoluted yet alliterative academic jargon! Open mic sign-up will be at the event. Attendance is free and open to all.

Readings begin at 8:30 sharp. Open mic begins at 10.

Reader bios:
George Elliott Clarke is Poet Laureate of Toronto, an accomplished writer and academic.

Rachel Burlock. Known aliases: Reliable Rachel, Mittens. MA student, burgeoning rapper, brownie bringer.

Carousel writes. She has no idea where she will be in 4 months.

Caterina Incisa, originally from England, mostly writes snide short shorts about ex-boyfriends.

Born in Brazil, Denise Marques Leitao has recently been abducted by motherhood.

Mona’a Malik is a student at Concordia University. She is from New Brunswick.

Jess Nicol lives in Calgary and has brown hair and a loud voice.

Natascha Simard was once a narcissistic teenage girl, now she is a poet.

C. Spencer glitter righteous anger whiskey fumbling eloquence Igpy kin YYC–>YUL red.

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