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B.W. Powe Presenting at the Pages UnBound Festival

Guernica author B.W. Powe will be presenting at the Pages UnBound festival, which takes place from May 7-10. The festival will be taking place at the Randolph Theatre, 736 Bathurst St Toronto. Pages UnBound “breaks down the silos between the creative arts” through a mixed media festival that combines the finest contemporary Canadian writers with practitioners from digital media and other art forms. Powe will be presenting through “The Cabaret of Wild Culture”, a part of the festival that explores “connections between and within the ‘wild,’ and the cultured” through the vaudeville-esque use of various art forms. Powe will be involved with a special improvisatory section of “The Cabaret of Wild Culture” called “StorySlide”, in which three guests create a narrative in reaction to images that are shown on the screen next to them in round-robin style improvisation. “The Cabaret of Wild Culture” will be taking place on Saturday May 9th at 9 pm, and will be hosted by Marc Glassman and Whitney Smith.

B.W. Powe is widely regarded as one of the original and unclassifiable authors in Canadian writing. He is the author of A Climate Charged, The Solitary Outlaw, A Tremendous Canada of Light, Outage, The Unsaid Passing, and Light Onwords, Light Onwords. The Unsaid Passing was a finalist for the ReLit Prize, His most recent books are These Shadows Remain, and Marshall McLuhan and Northrop Frye, Apocalypse and Alchemy. He lives in Stouffville, Ontario.

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