Shed Island 2 confirms their full festival roster, bar show schedule, and official poster by Noah Bender.
Walter Mackey is a 20-something year old writer from a small town in rural Newfoundland of approximately 30 people. He has to tell people from town he’s from Splash ‘n’ Putt because they don’t know where Culls Harbour is located.
We caught up with Curtis Kilfoy to talk about the 11 years of his long running St. John’s post-punk band Mopey, as well as their brand new single Minor League Dad / Just Noodles which comes with a read-along comic book.
Six happenings in St. John’s that you might have missed this week, or don’t want to miss this weekend:
A Cowabunga wedding with a honeymoon tour kickoff, local short film Flankers now available for full stream, local emcee MAK11 drops debut video and prepares for Random Sound, Trouble Bound Studio presents St. John’s first ever tattoo convention, mainstay rock venue Distortion turns 9, and Neon Satori prepare another family-friendly and free afternoon EDM party at Bannerman park.
Heather Nolan is a 23-year-old musician, photographer, writer, and otherwise dreamer who currently resides in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador. She has been publishing poetry and fiction for 10 years.
Artist Amery Sandford and writer Allison Graves are collecting submissions until the deadline this Sunday, June 28th, for their art and literary exhibition Maybe, Probably that will be showing at the St. Michael’s Printshop for Hold Fast.
By popular query and polite demand we are now opening up submissions for poetry and short fiction selections on the Secret East webzine, and we’re quite excited to crack the floodgates for all you delightful wordsmiths.
Frontman Jeff Cook shares his story as Make Mean Everything prepares to say goodbye this Friday (June 12th) at the Levee in St. John’s.
Marching in the steps of hundreds of thousands, people of all genders will be rallying on June 14 at 2:00pm at Harbourside Park, St. John’s to speak out about Canada’s victim-blaming culture and the sexual violence it perpetuates.