[spaces] launch party

[spaces] launch party

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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.

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