[spaces] launch party
TWU's literary journal prepares to showcase its talent.
The seventh volume of Trinity Western University’s literary journal, [spaces], will be released on March 2nd at the annual launch party, hosted at the Fort Langley Community Hall. The event will begin at 7:30 pm, with the $5 admission gaining you entrance to the event, a copy of the journal, and free coffee and baked goods. The comforting familiarity of coffee’s aroma and the welcoming warmth of a steaming beverage never fail to loosen lips and encourage conversation; the goal of [spaces] this year was to duplicate the intimacy and communication of that kind of situation. Including photographs, paintings, prose, and poetry, [spaces] has compiled a variety of stories that deserve to be told.
The night will feature several of the published art pieces on display, authors reading their works, and live performances by local bands Two or Three and The New Atlas. It will be an evening to remember—an evening to pass on some formidable stories.
If you have ever felt reluctant to leave a comfy café chair, laughed or cried or lost sleep over someone’s story, or even simply wondered what the inside of the Fort Langley Community Hall looks like, come to the [spaces] launch event on March 2nd.
And if you would like to be involved in the student-lead production of [spaces] next year, contact Professor Lynn Szabo about the opportunities, including the editor-in-chief position, which includes a scholarship and English course credits.