Call*Response launches at McNally Robinson

Come rock the house on March 24 at 8:00 pm at McNally Robinson Grant Park. We’re throwing a big party in Prairie Ink to promote the Call * Response book.

Contributors Marshal Fries and Jim Agapito will be speaking about their written pieces. Contributing photographers will be on hand to answer questions along with the editing and publishing staff. Chris Sawatzky of The Ripperz & special guests will be entertaining you after presentation.

We hope to see as many of the contributors out as possible so that we can recognize them and their fabulous work!

The Prairie Ink Restaurant is making a fancy non-alcoholic cocktail for the evening, all proceeds from the purchase of these delicious beverages will be donated to Kids Help Phone. Come down and enjoy a drink and tasty eats!

Thirty-six local photographers, visual artists, writers and lyricists tell the story of Winnipeg’s punk music scene in gritty detail. Includes unpublished photos of Propagandhi, the poster art of Steve Hallick, writing from Ian Lodewyks, Andrew Neufeld’s top-ten shows, photos by Doug Humiski and all sorts of crazy stuff. Call * Response is a big hardcover, LP size (12” by 12”) book, with sixty-four pages of punk rock mayhem and glory displayed in colour and b&w, published by Alchemical Press. Experience youth and live music in Winnipeg and support Kids Help Phone.

Show your support for Kids Help Phone, the arts and live music in Winnipeg. The project’s goal is to raise money for the vital resource while increasing awareness for issues facing youth.

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Keep submitting your stories, pictures and memorabilia for future volumes to callresponsebook@gmail.com

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