Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids #3 was fun, packed

I’m a little late posting this, seeing as the event was almost two weeks ago, but I have to say: the third Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids was an awful lot of fun.

It was also well-attended. Some might say a little too well-attended.

Thanks no doubt to some pimping by Torontoist, BlogTO, and Here and Now, a lot of people showed up.  So many people, in fact, that we spilled into the side of the Victory that lacked sightlines to the stage.

I think perhaps we have outgrown our home at the Victory Cafe, lovely as it is (especially after the new bar installation). I’m afraid the next event will probably have to take place elsewhere, unless we can reconfigure the newly-reconfigured room. Speaking of the next event, it will probably happen in early-ish 2008, probably February or March.  If anyone has suggestions for a slightly larger venue, please leave them here or drop me a line.

Thanks to everyone who came out to the event, either to read or to listen.

It’s a real treat to see this thing start to take off.