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Landwash Brewery Book Club – Rock Paper Sex Volume 2

October 18 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Free
Landwash Brewery is starting a book club! Visit Landwash at 7pm on October 18th to discuss Rock Paper Sex Volume 2: Trigger Warning over a pint*! Kerri will be visiting to answer questions and discuss the book.
Breakwater Books is pleased to partner with Landwash Brewery, and will offer a 20% discount on Rock Paper Sex Volume 2 and Rock Paper Sex in our store at 1 Stamp’s Lane (open M-F 8:30-4), just let us know you’re buying for the Landwash Brewery Book Club!**
This event is free to attend, but registration is requested.
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Rock Paper Sex Volume 2: Trigger Warning
From working through the pandemic to Black Lives Matter, Rock Paper Sex, Volume II: Trigger Warning is timely, controversial, and provocative.
This sequel offers a wide range of stories from the sex industry in St. John’s. As new voices are introduced and some from Rock Paper Sex, Volume I are revisited, key themes emerge, including barriers to safe sex work and the intersection of sex work with human trafficking. This unique collection provides a space for voices of LGBTQ sex workers, dancers, escorts, street-based workers, a massage parlour owner, and others in a startling and compelling investigation of the industry.
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* Drinks, alcoholic and non-alcoholic, are available for purchase, and food available for purchase from Saucy Mouth
** Contact [email protected] to register your own book club for discounts on books and potential author visits

Venue

Landwash Brewery
181 Commonwealth Ave
Mount Pearl, A1N 4L3
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Phone:
709 368-0220
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