Banoo Zan: Invitation to Poetry Book Launch, Letters to My Father Past

Tuesday, Jan 17, 2017 ,
7:30 PM
- Toronto, Canada

Poetry Book Launch
Letters to my Father, by Bänoo Zan
Publisher: Piquant Press
Tribute readers: Jacqueline Valencia, Georgia Wilder, IF (Ian French), Charles C. Smith, Ali Ibrahimi and Michael Fraser
Bänoo Zan is a poet, translator, teacher, editor and poetry curator, with more than 120 published poems and poetry-related pieces as well as two books. Song of Phoenix: Life and Works of Sylvia Plath, was reprinted in Iran in 2008. Songs of Exile, her first poetry collection, was released in 2016 in Canada by Guernica Editions. Letters to My Father is her second poetry book. She is the founder of Shab-e She’r (Poetry Night), Toronto’s most diverse poetry reading and open mic series. It is a brave space that bridges the gap between communities of poets from different ethnicities, nationalities, religions (or lack thereof), ages, genders, sexual orientations, disabilities, poetic styles, voices and visions.

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