This coming Saturday, July 24, TERU will be participating in the Barns Art Market (BAM!) at Artscape Wychwood Barns (address: 601 Christie Street) from 10:00AM – 5:00PM.  Admission is free!

Come and peruse our selection of broadsides (designed for the 2010 Scream Literary Festival). The Barns Art Market is an exhibition and sale of artworks including painting, photography, ceramic arts and various other media … we’re told it takes place in the Covered Street (Barn 2) at the Artscape Wychwood Barns.

Also taking place on July 24 is  Event Horizon: a lecture and discussion on what it means to be avant-garde from 12-5pm at Of Swallows, Their Deeds, and the Winter Below (283 College St).

Artistic Director Bill Kennedy holds a lecture and discussion on David Antin’s what it means to be avant-garde in relation to this year’s Scream Literary Festival. The sympathetic and the skeptical are equally welcome. Foregone conclusions are not. The $20 admission includes a copy of the TERU edition, with the remaining proceeds going to The Toronto New School of Writing.

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It’s here! We’ve produced broadsides for 10 of tonight’s 12 Scream in High Park Mainstage readers – Gil Adamson, Tony Burgess, Angela Carr, Brian Joseph Davis, Jeff Derksen, Linh Dinh, Michael Lista, Damian Rogers, Ken Sparling and Sherwin Tjia – with a mix of new and old work. Collect them all!

The ephemera we’ve produced for other Scream events will be available for purchase following the Scream, too. Visit our Etsy shop beginning July 14, 2010!

No, we didn’t partake in any of the G20 hootenanny last weekend.

We’ve partnered with a far more radical cause: This year, TERU is working with the Scream Literary Festival to produce limited-run chapbooks and broadsides for a variety of Scream events. For the next week, we’ll be your personal “chapmen” – though of a more gender-equal variety – and itinerant dealers in all things Scream.

Look for a full list of works we’ll be publishing soon.