Yesterday, local writer and artist Josie Boyce was my guest for the G-W Portraits series. She’s a long-time resident of the Commercial Drive area and a veteran of Vancouver’s writing, performing, visual arts, and film circles.
Josie spoke about her work, what she loves about this neighbourhood, and how she builds community here.
Here’s a link to Josie’s favourite hangout on the Drive: The Storm Crow Tavern, home of Patton Oswalt’s Sadness Bowl and some excellent beer.
And here’s a link to the Femme City Choir. If you’re planning on seeing them perform this year, buy your tickets early – their shows sell out.
Josie will be reading from her in-progress memoir and other works next week:
All My Empty Dresses: Memories of a Strawgirl
3378 Findlay Street, Vancouver
Tuesday, October 13th
You can find Josie on The Josie Pages or on Facebook.
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