Tomorrow night, the first night after no living person will see three identical numbers marking the date, is also the second Thursday of December. And the second Thursday of every month is the day when filling Station magazine takes over the upstairs of Pages bookstore for the Flywheel reading series.
If you aren't familiar with filling Station, this homegrown, 100% volunteer-run magazine focuses on the support of local emerging writers and the publication of innovative poetry, fiction, and non-fiction (creative non-fiction, reviews, articles, interviews...).
The best way to learn more about this wonderful situation would be to either go check it out in person tomorrow night for the...
"...the last flywheel of the year with readings from Alberta writers:
Judith Pond, Jani Krulc, Jason Lee Norman, and Patrick Horner!"
Thursday, December 13th
Pages on Kensington
(1135 Kensington Drive NW)
...or come down to the Central library where you'll find issues of filling Station new and old, as well as a full selection of all the amazing literary magazines coming out from all over Canada.