Angus To Relaunch cage Call” At Timmins Voices
July 9th, 2012 - 5:37pm
Charlie Angus will re-release the award-winning photo-documentary “Cage Call” at the Timmins Voices event at Christopher’s Coffee House next Thursday. The book, written with photographer Louie Palu won the prestigious Photolucinda Award for Photojournalism in Seattle, Washington in 2007. The book documents life in hardrock mining communities of the north.
Angus will read from Cage Call as well from other books he has written including Mirrors of Stone: Fragments from the Porcupine Frontier. Angus has published 5 books and is in the processing of finalizing his 6th book on northern culture and
An avid musician, Angus was the guitar player for Grievous Angels in the 1990s and the punk rock band L’Etranger in the 1980s.
Timmins Voices is a celebration of northern arts and music. The event will take place on July 12th at 7:30 PM at Christopher’s Coffee House. The ever-popular open mike session will follow the reading. Members of the audience will also be able to pick up a copy of The Northern Voices Literary Journal which was released recently.
The goal of Timmins Voices is to provide a platform for writers, songwriters and
storytellers to showcase their talents. Join us and read or perform in front of
an audience of friends, family, invited guests and patrons. The reading series
is inclusive and open to all who like writing and reading poetry, short
stories, song writing, storytelling or other works of literature.
Come out and support your local writers, enjoy a good cup of coffee and desert at
Christopher’s Coffee House.
For more information contact Frank Giorno at 705-262-2590 (cell), 705-267-1635 (home) or email email@example.com and be sure to visit our YouTube site www.YouTube.com/user/timminsvoices and TimminsVoices Facebook page