Qwerty Reads: Photos

Flaunting our wares.

Flaunting our wares.

Photos from the latest instalment of Qwerty Reads: good times were had by all. Special thanks to our featured and student readers (Ross Leckie, Mark Anthony Jarman, Alex Carey, Reid Lodge, Katie Fewster-Yan, and Steven Suntres); to The 1947 Kitchen Party Disaster for a musical blast; to comedian Kris Bone, who stealthily evaded the camera, for emceeing; to Steven Suntres for organizing the event; to Wilser’s Room for hosting; and finally, to the glorious crowd and everyone in it. Keep Qwertying on, and we’ll see you again next month!

Mark Anthony Jarman.

Mark Anthony Jarman reads from his soon-to-be-released Knife Party at the Hotel Europa.

Ross Leckie waxing ekphrastic.

Ross Leckie waxing ekphrastic.

Editor Micah is overwhelmed with good company.

Editor Micah is overwhelmed with good company.

The 1947 Kitchen Party Disaster.

The 1947 Kitchen Party Disaster: Mark Jarman, Rob Ross, Martin Ainsley, and James Turner.

Steven Suntres

Qwerty Reads organizer Steven Suntres reads.

Alex Carey

Alex Carey tells us a bit about #sportz

Katie Fewster-Yan

Editorial Assistant Katie Fewster-Yan reads a new poem.

Reader and Editorial Board member Reid Lodge and hair twin Lisa Banks.

Reader and Editorial Board member Reid Lodge and hair twin Lisa Banks.

Editorial Board member Alex and Art Editor Billy Johnson sharing Picaroons.

Editorial Board member Alex and Art Editor Billy Johnson sharing Picaroons.

Crowd shot / creep shot.

Crowd shot / creep shot.

The night isn't over until Micah makes this face.

The night isn’t over until Micah makes this face.

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