Spring Fling! Burdock has so mushroom for Slackline events, we promise you won't be dragon yourself to see these artists! We welcome fungi's-n-girls-n-folks of all gender identities.
Anda Zeng — Poetry and Music
Anda’s art is word, song, and the symbolic cutting of her dark hair. She keeps her words sharp, her songs dreamy, her hair long, and her bios short. Her first EP is in the works.
Check out some of her writing on this Project 40 Collective page, diasporasianmythologies.com/#/anda-zeng/
, and on Soundcloud, soundcloud.com/andakidou.
«In my work as a poet and songwriter, I’m obsessed with perfectly expressing the cruelty of desire, the performance of womanhood, and t...he glorious mess of being a person of colour and faith. My lap harp and piano are also along for the ride.»
Mustapha Safadieh — Prose
Mustapha is a Professional Writing graduate from York University. His work has been featured in journals such as Existere and Brick, A Literary Journal. He is currently working on a nonfiction novel on his Lebanese origin. Find him online at safi900.com.
Danijela Stojks — Poetry
Danijela is on the brink of two things; completing an honours b.a. in english at mcgill, and an epiphany regarding seedless fruit. her poetry can be found with The Veg, Graphite Publications, The Scrivener Creative Review, and other corners in her home town, montreal…
«I write poetry that occupies itself with stillness and saturation. Typically, my poems are shorter, and I like the effect of the chewable, so, the capacity to slip incredible weight or frantic energy into your pocket. My poems are environments. Their voice is simultaneously confessional and unfiltered. I accidentally write a lot of poetry about fruit.»
Sophie McCreesh — Prose
Sophie is a writer living in Toronto. She holds an MFA from Creative Writing at the University of Guelph. She is currently working on a collection of short stories.
— Entry Fee: $10 at the door, or PWYC. Option: buy tickets in advance (for those who want to use Credit Cards) from the Burdock website: (link coming soon).
Open Mic: There will be three Open Mic spots available. Message us before the event if you're interested.
Accessibility: all the info is on our website page slacklineseries.wordpress.com/accessibility or contact us at [email protected]