April 6: Once Upon A Rainy Tuesday Night

Cynthia Gould

Cynthia Gould thanks Art Bar regulars for coming out in the cold early spring rain.


Sue Chenette

Sue Chenette is a poet and classical pianist who grew up in northern Wisconsin and has made her home in Toronto since 1972.  Her poems present a kind of counterpoint between then personal, pastoral and found things – found, new and borrowed for writerly purposes.


Patricia Young

Patricia Young knows about young love, from high school dating to getting married while in college. Her writing explains how you’re only as old as the boyfriend you remember and how old poetic forms can be a lens to the future.


Priscila Uppal

Priscila Uppal isn’t afraid of medical jargon, though she apparently is scared of cancer, insanity, using the  Internet and not having enough sex. Her book Traumatology explores heritability as dementia, disease as euphemism and spirit as syndrome.



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