In the lead-up to Harbourfront’s authors reading series, with famous writers and interviewers, one reading series in Canada celebrates material these authors never intended to see the light of day.
When Dan Misener and his girlfriend found an old box of childhood memories during a trip to her parents’ house, they stumbled onto something they would soon share with hundreds of ToIt’s called rontonians. Misener went on to fulfill his New Year’s resolution by starting a reading series called “Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids.”
And as Laura Godfrey reports, anyone is free to take the mic in this soul-baring, diary- and teenage poetry-sharing event. Anyone is free to take the mic.