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Keeping dreams alive: Pamela Mordecai to read at Romanian General Consulate

With help from Subversive Sonnets poet Pamela Mordecai, the Romanian General Consulate in Toronto has two reasons to brave the cold on January 15th: the birthdays of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mihai Eminescu, men linked by dreams of freedom. Mordecai will join George Elliott Clarke and Romanian-Canadian poets Diana Manole and Călin-Andrei Mihăilescu in–as the Consulate press release puts it–”voicing their own dreams through poems in both English and Romanian.”

  • What: Pamela Mordecai reads as part of “Shared Dreams of Freedom,” an evening honouring Romania’s National Cultural Day and the birthdays of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mihai Eminescu.
  • When: Wednesday, January 15, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
  • Where: Romanian General Consulate, 555 Richmond Street – Suite 1108, Toronto, ON.

The evening will also feature a speech by Toronto’s Romanian General Consul Antonella Marinescu, Dracula wine, and traditional Romanian foods.

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