Al Burian reads from the new issue of Burn Collector!
The expatriated Al Burian reflects on a year spent living in Berlin, Germany. His wildly free-range topics include: freedom, happiness, animal liberty, Aristotle, modern dentistry, riots as rituals, uncomfortable proximity to drunken teenagers, and how to best color co-ordinate an outfit that includes a Black Flag T-shirt and a baby stroller. Plus: “when you realize the freedom,” an illustrated essay by Anne Elizabeth Moore. “Burian is one of our generation’s great storytellers, a wily and insightful observer of the human condition,” says Davy Rothbart of Found magazine, and this zine is “the best one yet,” says Al. Who are we to argue?
Sarah Pinder — The Rye House, torch song, Do You Like What You See? & other fine zines
Julian Loosecannon — One Way Ticket Zine
and Chris Landry — Kissoff Fanzine, Striking Distance zine
Friday, March 18th
Masaryk-Cowan Community Centre
Pay What You Can — suggested donation of $5, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds. Money goes towards venue rental and gas money for our readers who are from out of town.
This event is all-ages. Accessibility information forthcoming, but please email TWELVEOHTWO at GMAIL dot COM with any specific requests, questions or concerns regarding access.