215 E. 17th
Vancouver, British Columbia

Buy zines and comics, take a free how-to workshop on Fodo Writing, and meet a vegan cookbook superstar!

$5 admission comes with a free copy of the new issue of Broken Pencil Magazine

Giant Zine Fair
Zines from across Canada on display and for sale!
The heart of the event, indie publishers both in print and online come from across the country and the continent to show their wares! Be amazed at the creativity, ingenuity, and sheer weirdness! (Those interested in booking tables can register online at www.brokenpencil.com.)

Plus…in Celebration of the new FOOD issue of Broken Pencil to be released at Canzine West:

Food and Lifestyle Reading and Q+A 2PM
How does food intersect with culture, geography, politics, and lifestyle? Local writers explore the idea food beyond simple sustenance. Hosted by Trish Kelly.

Vegan Cooking Demo 1PM
Sarah Kramer is a vegan cooking superstar. Her first two books, How It All Vegan! and The Garden of Vegan, co-authored with Tanya Barnard, have sold well over 110,000 copies; both won the Veggie Award for favorite cookbook of 2003 and 2004 by VegNews magazine, and Herbivore magazine, in a cover story on Sarah, called her "The World's Coolest Vegan." Join her at Canzine West for a one-hour vegan recipe cooking demonstration. For more info on Sarah Kramer and vegan living visit: www.govegan.net

Writing About Food 3PM
Don Genova is a Vancouver-based writer and broadcaster. In addition to his regular broadcasts about food for CBC Radio, he has written on food and travel for a variety of publications, including The National Post , The Globe and Mail , Western Living magazine, MyBC.com and Northwest Palate magazine. Join well-known Vancouver journalist Don Genova for an hour-long of food writing workshop and directed writing experience. Visit Don Genova's web site: www.pacificpalate.com

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Added by pumpkinkelly on October 3, 2006