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Taddle Creek Travelling Series of Happenings

The Toronto arts magazine heads out of town for its first reading tour, with local talent bringing up the welcome wagon.


Taddle Creek magazine is hitting the road, and Halifax is its first stop. An arts magazine normally focused on Toronto, Taddle Creek just published its first Out-of-Towner issue and is marking the occasion with its first tour. "We run one Out-of-Towner piece in each issue by or about someone outside of Toronto," says Conan Tobias from Taddle Creek. "The Out-of-Towner issue is dedicated to that section and contains work by writers based outside of Toronto." This issue features work from Peter Norman, a Vancouver native now living in Halifax, who will be reading at the event. Local writers Kim Dawn, Ryan Turner (above) and Zach Wells will also be reading, making for a pretty fantastic evening of words. Taddle Creek's tour is continuing on to Fredericton and Saint John post-Halifax, then the west coast of both the States and Canada. Monday is Taddle Creek's arrival into the Halifax literary scene, so give them and our writers a warm welcome at The Company House.


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