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Events: Vancouver's Early Punk Rock Scene: A Discussion

September 25, 2015
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Join SFU Library for this  event! Heather Haley an Susanne Tabata will be discussing Vancouver's early punk rock movement. Clips will be shown from Tabata's film Bloodied but Unbowed and Haley will be reading from her first novel The Town Slut's Daughter.

Haley is a poet, author, musician, media artist, publisher of one of Canada's first electronic literary magazines and a member of some of Vancouver's early punk bands.

Tabata works with film production, and focuses on west coast stories. Bloodied but Unbowed has run on screens around the world, and has won the Berlin International Punk Film Festival Audience Choice Award.

Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Time: 12:30PM - 2:00PM

Location: Bennett Library, SFU Burnaby, Special Collections, Room 7100

To read more in-depth bios on these speakers, check out the website, and be sure to come down and check out what is sure to be a very intriguing talk!

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