Join us for the first Raconteurs Storytelling event of 2017! We’re teaming up with the Book And Periodical Council to present an evening of true stories all about READING & WRITING! We want your stories about BOOKS! All tales of our relationships with the written word, be it reading or writing!
Did you keep a diary as a teen?
Have you written something that wasn’t taken as intended?
Has your writing been censored or challenged? Have you censored yourself?
Bonded with a friend or family member over a favourite book?
Struggled to overcome writers’ block?
We want YOUR STORY!!
Raconteurs stories must be true, have happened to you personally, and be 7-10 minutes in length. If you have a story to share, please send a brief 3-4 sentence pitch to email@example.com!
Past stories can be viewed online at www.youtube.com/raconteursstorytelling
We offer comprehensive story-coaching to all storytellers! Email us to find out more!
Doors at 7:00 pm/ show at 7:30 pm
Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door!
The Tranzac Club features main-floor washrooms and is barrier-free.
The Book and Periodical Council (BPC), formed in 1975, is the umbrella organization for Canadian associations that are, or whose members are, primarily involved in the writing, editing, translating, publishing, producing, distributing, lending, marketing, reading and selling of written words.
The Book and Periodical Council’s Freedom to Read Week is an annual celebration promoting intellectual freedom and raising awareness of censorship and access to books, magazines and information in Canada. This year marks the 33 year of Freedom to Read Week (February 26 to March 4, 2017).
Raconteurs Storytelling has been producing monthly events featuring live storytelling since 2010. For more info, visit our website at www.raconteurs.ca!