Wed, Mar 02|
TAP Centre for Creativity
42 x 81 with Kirby and Don Pyle
Join Kirby and Don Pyle for our socially distanced and masked return to in-person events at TAP.
Time & Location
Mar 02, 2022, 6:00 p.m.
TAP Centre for Creativity, 203 Dundas St, London, ON N6A 1G4, Canada
About The Event
42 x 81 is short for 42.981378 by -81.257464, the precise latitude and longitude of the forks of the river which runs through our city. We are thrilled to return to in-person monthly presentations of this COLLABORATIVE ARTS SERIES in March with creatives Kirby and Don Pyle.
KIRBY Current: Poetry Is Queer (Palimpsest Press 2021), Not Your Best No 2 The Queer Ass Fuck Issue (editor, KFB, 2021), GUEST 16 “The Fangirl Issue” (aboveground 2021). Recent: What Do You Want To Be Called? (Anstruther Press, 2020), This Is Where I Get Off (Permanent Sleep, 2019). Purveyor of fine poetry at knife | fork | book. She is a professional homosexual. poetryisqueer.com
"Cold showers never worked."
DON PYLE is the drummer for Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet and author of Trouble in the Camera Club. His new book, Shot in a Mirror is out soon from Midnight Mass Press. He also cuts at Town Barber. Instagram: @thedonpyle
“I’ll take a tall glass.”
To learn more about 42 x 81's ethos, to participate in the series, and to join water protectors near you, visit tapcreativity.org/42x81