Vacant Nobodies is a new prose reading series in Toronto. Please join us at Mây for our first show!
***CASON SHARPE ***
*** SUZANNA DEREWICZ***
hosted by Fawn Parker & Sophie McCreesh
event is free/ PWYC (suggested donation $5)
*all proceeds go towards the artists
doors open at 7
readings begin at 7:30
Note: While this venue is accessible from the street the washrooms are down a flight of stairs.
Please e-mail us at [email protected]
if you have any questions.
Margeaux Feldman is a queer and disabled writer and educator living in Toronto. She's currently working on her PhD in English Literature and Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto. Margeaux is also at work on a memoir, tentatively titled The Bed of Sickness. Her writing has been published in GUTS Magazine, The Puritan, and various zines around the city.
Suzanna Derewicz is a writer and training psychotherapist based in Toronto Ontario. She has recently been published in PRISM international, Arc Poetry Magazine, on Metatron's OMEGA blog, in Peach Mag, the Minola Review, and others. She is presently working on her second chapbook.
André Babyn’s fiction has appeared in Maisonneuve, The Fanzine, Hobart, Grain, Bad Nudes, and elsewhere, and he is a previous recipient of the Adam Penn Gilders Scholarship in Creative Writing, and the Norma Epstein Award for Creative Writing. In 2016 he obtained his Master’s in Creative Writing from the University of Toronto, and he recently served as the Fiction Editor of the Puritan.
Cason Sharpe is a writer currently based in Toronto. His fiction and criticism has appeared in Canadian Art, C Magazine, and GUTS Canadian Feminist Magazine, among others. His first collection of short stories, Our Lady of Perpetual Realness, was released by Metatron in 2017.
Craig Calhoun is originally from Tucson, Arizona and moved to Canada in 2008. His work had been published in Descant, The Incongruous Quarterly, Liars’ League NYC, Liars’ League London, Zouch Magazine, In/Words. He is the winner of the 2014 Broken Pencil Literary Deathmatch and the 2014 Maisonneuve Genre Fiction Contest (mystery). He currently resides in Toronto.