While I’m in North America, I’ll be doing some readings — starting off with 2 in Toronto on Wed 6 March and Wed 13 March.
First up, I’m giving a reading as part of the regular series Readings at The Common. Readings at the Common is a neighbourhood reading series, held on the first Wednesday of the month at 8pm. The venue is cozy, minimalist, intimate, and candlelit. I’ll be reading for 10 minutes.
Readings at The Common: March 6 Edition
Wed 6 March, 8pm
The Common, 1071 College St. West, Toronto
- Irene Marques (poet, novelist, and short story writer who writes in English and Portuguese)
- Angel Beyde (author and multidisciplinary artist)
- Tom Cho
For more details, please visit the Facebook event.
I’ll also have 2 copies of Look Who’s Morphing for sale, but if I happen to run out, Glad Day Bookshop in Toronto is currently stocking copies. Speaking of which…
The following Wednesday, I’m giving a longer reading at Glad Day Bookshop, apparently the world’s oldest LGBTQ bookshop. Also on the bill is Matthew Trafford, a local, award-winning fiction writer and an improv performer. Here are the details from the event blurb:
Surreal stories with Tom Cho and Matthew Trafford
Inventive short fiction writer Tom Cho arrives from Australia in a dual reading with Toronto’s own Matthew Trafford that will mess with all you hold dear!
Wed 13 March, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Glad Day Bookshop, 598 Yonge St, Toronto
There’s also a Facebook event link here.
PS Coming up: possibly a reading in Vancouver on 28 March and possibly a reading in Montreal before that, confirmed readings in Boston on 3 May and Oakland on 8 June, and perhaps others to be added! If you want to book me for a reading or you have contacts who I should approach, please get in touch.