Falling in the Forest: Dialogue and Readings for Freedom to Read Week

The Shebeen Club and 50Books.com Present:

Falling in the Forest:
Dialogue and Readings for Freedom to Read Week

When: 7-10pm, Tuesday, February 20th

Where: the Shebeen, behind the Irish Heather, 217 Carrall Street, Vancouver BC

How: reserve in advance by emailing lorraine.murphy at gmail.com or show up at the door

How Much: $15 includes meeting plus set dinner and a drink; strictly limited to 25 places

What: This month in honour of Freedom to Read Week we will host a discussion of literary freedom in Canada. Bring your opinions, your manifestos, and your forbidden writings! We will feature banned books with readings by CBC radio personalities Lisa Christiansen and Tammy Everts, quotations from great political thinkers, and a participatory discussion of the recent Supreme Court case involving Vancouver’s own Little Sister’s Bookstore.

Who: The Shebeen Club, Vancouver’s Literary Gathering, in association with 50Books.com. See http://www.shebeenclub.com and http://www.50books.com and http://www.freedomtoread.ca/ or email lorraine.murphy at gmail.com for more info.

Dress code: Orange jumpsuits, plum velvet frock coats, and gags optional.

Door prizes: We have a don’t ask, don’t tell door prize policy. We don’t ask you if you like ’em, we expect you not to tell us if you don’t. Book donations snivellingly accepted.

Meet and Mingle 7-7:30

Listen and Learn 7:30-9 (going to be a VERY involved night, eat your Wheaties)

Manifesto Manifesting 9-10 or whenever they finally throw us out

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