“I was a failed novelist at age twenty-seven and if you’d told me that it would be another ten years before I became a published author, I would have been devastated.”
“Create a daily practice that’s sustainable, be it a hundred words or two thousand words a day or anywhere in between, then figure out what you need to do to make it happen.”
Word On The Street is a national celebration of literacy, reading and the printed word. Best of all? It’s totally FREE!
Word on the Street is an annual festival of all things literary, gathering inspiring minds in one place to talk award-winning novels and thought-provoking journalism. This year, we’re especially excited for the Canadian Magazines tent. This Magazine will extol the virtues of working on a small publication, Spacing will talk about the importance of blogs to cities… Read More »
Toronto Hit List: Love Handles, Llamas In Space, Women’s Arm Wrestling Championship, Pedestrian Sunday & more!
September 15th-25th Manifesto Festival Of Community & Culture @ various locations. A celebration of Toronto’s vibrant and diverse music and arts community. http://themanifesto.ca/festival WEDNESDAY 10 pm Kicks: Vinyl Party @ The Piston, 937 Bloor St. W. A new monthly all-vinyl dance party hosted by KOPS Records! With DJs Yojimbo, Way of The Curl, Fancy Fanny and guests. Girly groups meet… Read More »
Worn Fashion Journal and Word on the Street present Diversity & Fashion Magazines this Sunday with panelists including iwantigot's Anita Clarke
This Sunday, September 25th, Worn Fashion Journal is hosting a panel discussion called Diversity & Fashion Magazines.