Saturday, May 3, 2008

Next in our Parade of Cool Indies: A Visit to Canada





Thank you to our reader Neesha Memminger who shared with us about the TORONTO WOMEN'S BOOK CENTER in Ontario. Why not take a hike over to their site, say hello and thank them for their good work? Click here to have a look.


"We are a bookstore that nurtures diverse communities through special events and ventures. We offer a multitude of community services such as bulletin boards, reading groups, and courses. We also host author readings and book launches. Some of our previous launches include Alice Walker (By The Light Of My Father's Smile), Dionne Brand (At The Full And Change Of The Moon), Patricia Hill Collins (Black Feminist Thought), Dorothy Allison (Cavedweller), and Shauna Singh Baldwin (What The Body Remembers)."



You can find these great folks at 73 Harbord Street, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1G4
Phone (416)-922-8744



Hats off to you, TWB, from the Shrinking Violets--
Mary & Robin

1 comment:

TadMack said...

WOW. A women's bookstore. Sounds awesome!