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Community Engaged Narrative event: "Stories from the More-than-human world"

I've been invited to join a panel discussion “Stories of the ‘More-than-human’ World” on Thursday, February 2, from 3-5pm at the McMaster Centre for Continuing Education.

You can register for the event here: http://bit.ly/MoreThanHumanWorld

The sponsor of the panel is the Centre for Community Engaged Narrative Arts (CCENA) and this is only their second Long Table Gathering of the Year. So, yes, honored to be invited!

I'll be excitedly chatting about Lot M/Coldspring Valley with some cool people, and engaging in an open discussion, so I get to learn while I'm there too!

Hope you can make it out, and share your experience too!

If you ever want a tour, grab 3 friends and I'll set you up to visit the site! dundastard@gmail.com






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