Tyler Keevil's Writing Room

'Memory is the way we keep telling ourselves our stories - and telling other people a somewhat different version of our stories.' - Alice Munro

Tyler Keevil is an award-winning writer from Vancouver, Canada.  He is the author of three novels - Fireball, The Drive, and No Good Brother - and the short story collection, Burrard Inlet.

A Taste of Rarebit

This Saturday I'll be heading down to Cardiff to take part in the launch of Rarebit: New Welsh Fiction, an anthology that features my story, 'Mangleface.'  To celebrate the release, as well as National Short Story Day, Parthian editor Susie Wild has organized a literary tour with many of the contributing authors, including Rachel Trezise, Deborah Kay Davies, and Roshi Fernando.  Starting at 2 p.m., we'll be hitting up a few literary hotspots, as well as locations that inspired some of the works, before ending up back at NosDa Hotel and Bar, right in the city centre (and conveniently close to the train station, for those commuting).  Tickets are a tenner, but that includes a paperback copy of the limited edition anthology - which means the tour is basically free.  So come along and schmooze and hobnob and do all the things that writers and artistic types do at these events... including getting too drunk and possibly a bit belligerent, albeit in a friendly way. 

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