Posts filed under “Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids”

Less than one week until Reading Series part deux

Well, the second installment of Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids is less than a week away. My pal Tristan was nice enough to create a Facebook event for the night, so if you plan to attend, RSVP, si vous plait. Also, through an email from Neil at Mortified, I learned that our fledgling […]

Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids 2

I’m really excited and happy to let you know that we’re doing Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids again. 8:00 PM on Monday, April 30, 2007 Upstairs at The Victory Cafe, 581 Markham Street, Toronto That means you have about three weeks to clean out your closet, or dust off that shoebox of work […]

Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids went really well

Last Monday, upstairs at the Victory Cafe, I hosted the very first Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids — an evening of childhood poems, schoolwork, and diary readings. I was really worried that nobody would show up, and that I’d have to read from my Grade 1 journal all alone, for an hour. But […]

Straight back to ’88

Just in time for my poorly named evening of reading (Adults Read Things They Wrote as Kids), a package from my Mom arrived in the mail: Inside, I found five scribblers.* They were all journals from elementary school at Sackville Centennial. There’s some great stuff inside, and I’m looking forward to reading from these on […]

I need stuff you wrote as a kid

Update: Looking for information about Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids? Visit danmisener.com/read Do you still have anything you wrote as a kid? A poem? A book report? A diary? I want you to read it out loud. In front of people. I think most of us have a collection of stuff from our […]