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Friday, July 24, 2009

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Malvern’s triple sensations: Young writers celebrate their fiction, poetry and graphic novel writing

Toronto Public LibraryAfter weeks of workshops with professional writers, Malvern’s young writers are preparing to show off their creative muscles! Throughout the month of July, Diaspora Dialogues and the Toronto Public Library Malvern Branch hosted a series of workshops in fiction, poetry and graphic novel writing. Next week, these young writers announce themselves as triple literary sensations at a celebratory reading and launch of their Malvern Creative Writing Zine on Wednesday, July 29th at 5:30 pm.
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Teacht i dTír: Voices from Ireland Park

Like the atmospheric park in which it is set, this theatre project memorializes the devastating events surrounding the arrival of 38,000 Irish immigrants to Toronto during the potato famine of 1847.

Teacht i dTír: Voices from Ireland Park will introduce people to the memorial who have not yet experienced it. By extension, it will share the history of the Irish in Toronto with this new demographic. Equally as significant, it will offer the Irish community in Toronto and southern Ontario an extraordinary theatrical event that reflects their roots and experiences as members of the Irish Diaspora. August 12-22, 2009 (show on the 12th is sold out).


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Diaspora Dialogues
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