Friday, October 7, 2016

Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids

Dan Misener is a very interesting young man; he does a segment on local CBC radio about social media and technology, and he produces the unforgettable Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids, or GRTTWAK. The event started as a stage show, where grown ups would, indeed, read ... etc. I of course did one with my Paul McCartney love stories before they were in a book, and had a fabulous time. And then they became a CBC radio show, inexplicably cancelled, and then a podcast.

Dan is still producing the shows and has just sent out a new request for readers. Go on - you know you have some brilliantly hilarious poems tucked away somewhere. Go find them.
Hello friends,
Dan here, from Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids. Here in Canada, we’re about to start the Thanksgiving long weekend.
If you happen to visit your childhood or teenage home this weekend, take a few minutes to dig up those diaries, poems, letters from camp, and other juvenilia.
Because we just added a bunch of live events, and we’re looking for readers. In addition to our sold-out Toronto and Ottawa shows this October, we're planning:
Hope to see you soon, and I hope this Thanksgiving finds you happy, well fed, and surrounded by people you love.
We’re thankful for all y’all.

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