JC Writer/Artist Terry Watada Reading on ZOOM!!

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Community Event

Mar 20216
1:00p.m. - 2:30p.m.

Tonari Gumi
42 W 8th Ave, Vancouver, BC
Vancouver, British Columbia, V5Y 1M7

Afternoon at TG presents Online Book Launches for Terry Watada's 
"Mysterious Dreams of the Dead" and "The Four Sufferings"
Tonari Gumi's popular "Afternoon at TG" program is returning for 2021.

The Afternoon at TG provides programs and services of interest to Niseis, Sanseis, and Yonseis at Tonari Gumi.

Our first event of the New Year will feature Japanese-Canadian writer and artist Terry Watada presenting readings from his new novel "Mysterious Dreams of the Dead", and his new, 5th book of poetry "The Four Sufferings" (see details below).  The online book launches will be presented via Zoom and are planned for Saturday, March 6th, from 1:00pm to 2:30pm (PST).
This is planned as a free event.  Donations to Tonari Gumi will be welcome.
To register, please contact us at tg.spevents@gmail.com.  Please register by March 4th.
Terry Watada is a Toronto-based writer, poet, and one-time musician.  His latest publications are "The Four Sufferings" and "The Mysterious Dreams of the Dead".  He has three novels, five poetry collections, and a short story collection to his credit.  Many of his writings reflect upon his Japanese-Canadian identity and several of his books are set in the historic Japanese-Canadian community of the Downtown Eastside neighbourhood.  Terry has been a supporter of Tonari Gumi ever since he was a featured performer at the inaugural Powell Street Festival in 1977.


Masaji . Last modified Feb 09, 2021 9:49 a.m.


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