Adam Bunch: WOTS Author Walk @ Evergreen Brick Works

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Adam Bunch: WOTS Author Walk @ Evergreen Brick Works

Walk and talk with Adam Bunch as he reveals the history of the Brick Works, with the flair of a master storyteller.

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Evergreen Brick Works 550 Bayview Avenue Toronto, ON M4W 3X8 Canada

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The history of the Don Valley Brick Works and its surroundings is tied to stories both romantic and grisly. Hidden among the industrial relics and the bulrushes are tales of lust and disaster, of love poems and séances, of scandalous affairs and bone-chilling murder. On this tour, explore some of those hidden tales of the Brick Works with author and historian Adam Bunch, uncovering stories of love and death that have shaped the site and the city that surrounds it.

Free admission! Donations to support The Word On The Street's mission to champion literacy are welcome.

About The Author

Adam Bunch is an award-winning storyteller who brings the history of Toronto and Canada to life. He's the author of The Toronto Book of the Dead and The Toronto Book of Love, the host of the Canadiana documentary series, and the creator of the Toronto Dreams Project. He's taught history at George Brown College and created writing workshops for the Toronto Public Library. He's spoken at the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Royal Ontario Museum, and his writing has appeared in The Toronto Star, Spacing Magazine and The Huffington Post. His work popularizing Canadian history was recognized with an honourable mention for a Governor General's Award in 2012.

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About The Word On The Street Toronto

The Word On The Street Toronto is an annual celebration of storytelling, ideas and imagination, hosting Canada’s largest FREE book and magazine festival, and promoting great books by Canadian and Indigenous authors year-round. Since 1990, WOTS Toronto has animated the city's streets and celebrated the stories that connect us with diverse and inclusive programming while championing literacy for readers of all ages. To learn more, visit our website.

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