Monday, June 26, 2006

Penned in the margins, reviewed! Heather Taylor interviewed!

Canadian poet Heather Taylor appeared recently at The Spitz Pub in Spitalfields Market at one of the local London poetry gigs, sponsored by local London poetry scenesters and publishers Penned in the Margins. The evening was set in a cabaret environment with an attendence of around 70-100 people set around tables with candles, bottles of champagne, and snacks. The mood was calm but also excited - headliner Anthony Joseph (and band) were expected late from the World Cup in Germany 2006 where they were watching Trinidad/Tobago (ed. note population 2 million ) cause fits for England in footy.


Monday, June 12, 2006

Hargreaves, World Cup Hero?...

er at Least why Toronto is the Best Place in the world to watch the World Cup
1.) Every day is a party. Canada has no team and so all first-generation Canadians cheer for their parents' or grandparents' countries teams. Good times on College Street.

2.) The whole nation doesn`t get depressed when the team loses. The Leafs don`t play soccer.

3.) No World Cup Theme Song.

4.) Owen Hargreaves. He`s Canadian, eh. And has won more Euro titles than Michael Owen or David Beckham combined.

Thursday, June 01, 2006

Regarding the Shivs...

Two (2!) reviews... in One (1!) day.

Ed note... Creamsicle Stick Shift?

See Taddle Creek Mag.

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