Thursday, December 3, 2009

Panel Pause: Notes to Come and "What's The New Line?" Tonight

With two panels in two days, it has been an exciting time in my normally-hermit-like world. I just wanted to offer a quick confirmation that I am planning to post some notes from both "Of/By/For" and "Bring It" in the next few days.

Until then, if you still need a panel fix, there's a doozy for ya tonight at Cinecycle. I can't make it, but I look forward to reading other folks' observations. Here's the details from the press release:

Lawrence Weschler: What's The New Line?
December 3, 2009
Cinecycle (behind 129 Spadina Ave, Toronto)

The great American writer, Lawrence Weschler (who was on the staff of The New Yorker for 20 years and is considered by many one of the best narrative non-fiction writers working) is being brought to town by Sheila Heti and Margaux Williamson's production company, THE PRODUCTION FRONT, for an evening in which we, along with some great local artists and journalists, will try and figure out a better way of thinking about art in our time than along the increasingly confusing spectrum (or line) of fiction/non-fiction. In other words: We need a new line!

Participants on stage and around the stage that night will include: Douglas Bell, Shary Boyle, Jon Davies, Kelly Jenkins, Amy Lam, Jon McCurley , Darren O'Donnell, Christine Pountney, and Nadja Sayej.

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