Pages UnBound events, whether part of the series or the festival, are carefully curated to create a mise-en-scène, placing each work into a dynamic, media-rich context and ensuring a uniquely enlightening and entertaining experience for authors, artists, and audiences alike.
We are currently accepting submissions for Pages UnBound book launches for fall 2015 and spring 2016.
We work with imaginative authors and publishers to launch new books in downtown Toronto. Our Pages UnBound events are unique and multi-dimensional in scope.
Picking up where the award-winning This Is Not A Reading A Series (TINARS) left off, Pages UnBound creates an exciting program of compelling new works. We love to add extra artistic dimensions to the consideration of an author's text. In the past, we have hosted musicians, filmmakers, chefs, comedians, actors, photographers, graphic artists, and others alongside featured authors.
If you want to make your launch a truly unique event, email us at .
We are currently accepting programming submissions for the 2016 Pages UnBound Festival.
Each year, we bring together the finest contemporary Canadian writers and practitioners from digital media and other art forms in mixed media presentations. It's a literary festival for the 21st century.
We invite programming submissions and expressions of interest from publishers, authors, and artists working in a range of media. Festival events are presented as interviews, panel presentations, and performances, and they always feature a mixed media component—anything from slide shows or film clips to recorded audio or live music. Pages UnBound works with festival participants to determine the best format and mixed media components for each event.
Please note: festival events do not need to be tied to a book launch.
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