BookThug is all over Canzine 2010
Canada‘s Largest Zine Fair and Festival of Alternative Culture
THIS SUNDAY October 24, 2010
The Great Hall
Downtown Toronto, 1087 Queen St. West (Queen just west of Ossington)
$5 admission comes with a free copy of the Fall issue of
Broken Pencil Magazine – issue 49 “Last Puppet Standing”
Full lineup and complete info:
also…still a few spots left! Sign up to pitch your book idea at Canzine’s…
One-Two Punch Book Pitch
Do you have a great book idea? Live on our mainstage in front of a crowing crowd, you get two minutes to pitch your book to our panel of judges. They get one minute each to tell you why you’ll never get published in a million billion years (or why they want to see your manuscript in their in-box asap!). BookThug Managing Editor Jenny Sampirisi
and Joyland Editor Emily Schultz
join writer Hal Niedzviecki
as on-stage judges. Participants can register in advance at the Canzine website
or just show up day of (space permitting).
Canzine is made possible by grants from the Toronto Arts Council, the Ontario Arts Council, and the Canada Council for the Arts. Canzine is supported by the following most excellent sponsors: Tightrope Books, Magazines Canada, Mint Records, Open Book Toronto, Guerilla Printing, Invisible Publishing, City of Craft, Book Thug, Coach House Books, CIUT 89.5, and Now Magazine.
Canzine is an annual event organized by
Broken Pencil, the Magazine of Zine Culture and the Independent Arts.
Broken Pencil, PO Box 203, Station P, Toronto, ON, M5S 2S7