The Devil You Know

The Devil You Know, by Jenn Farrell

The Devil You Know, by Jenn Farrell

Last Saturday I was at the Vancouver launch of Heather Haley’s newest book, Three Blocks West of Wonderland, which was quite the event: electronically modified cello sounds, cafe poetry from Acme to Waazuubee, and a reading by JennFarrell were all on the menu, not to mention the world premiere of two of Heather’s videopoems and enough of her great poetry readings to make an encore compulsory.

I’m a staunch Heather Haley fan, but I have to single out Jenn Farrell here, for two reasons: one, her reading was, as I said to her that night, “stone cold awesome,” and two, she’s having a book launch of her own this Thursday at the Railway Club and it features my favorite thing: fancy dress!

We hope to see you all the launch of Jenn Farrell’s new collection of short stories THE DEVIL YOU KNOW this Thursday at 7pm at the Railway Club (back room).

You are encouraged to don your most wicked attire (devil horns, pointed tails, fiery red). We’ll have some sinister sartorial supplies on hand to help you get in on the devil-y revelry.

Reading and signing by Jenn Farrell. Books available for $16 CDN (cash at event). You can also pick up a copy (or another copy) of Sugar Bush & Other Stories. Beautiful books, searing fiction, moderate evil!

Pass it on!

Thursday · 7:00pm – 11:00pm
Location The Railway Club (Back Room)*
579 Dunsmuir Street
Vancouver, BC

Full event details/RSVP here:
http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=135556533131233&index=1

Be there or be a diagonally congruent rectangular object.

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2 thoughts on “The Devil You Know

  1. rain Although I’m in full support of tainkg on the Meerkats (the little standy-uppy weasel-lookin’ bastards), and I’m aware of the adage, The enemy of my enemy is my friend, I gotta draw the line at the uni-(photobombing)corns. They’re nothing but effete prancing glitter pigs.

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