POP Reads and Volume 5 MTL!

POP Reads takes place on September 28, 2022, 18:30 – 20:30, free. Rialto Hall, 5723 du Parc (second floor, entry just south of the main entrance.) With: Fiorella Boucher, Yara El-Ghadban, Deanna Smith, Jason “Blackbird” Selman, Philippe Yong, Jean-Pierre Gorkynian, N Oji Mzilikazi.
Art POP, POP Symposium and EXPOZINE present the 5th edition of POP Reads, an evening of readings presenting the work of French and English Montreal publishers, as part of POP Montreal 2022.

Co-production between ARCMTL Expozine, Art POP, POP Symposium and Mémoire d’Encrier.

ALSO – don’t forget to take  in the programming and the huge art book fair @ Volume 5 MTL !! From September 27 – October 2.

Expozine 20 graphic by Chaity I. Dial-a-Poem / Allo-Poèmes, 514-558-8649 !

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