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Don Cullen is well-known in Toronto as a man dedicated to the arts. As the founder of one of the first coffee houses in Toronto, The Bohemian Embassy, he introduced the city to artists and authors from Ian Tyson to Margaret Atwood. In this collection he remembers some of the times and people he has known and for the first time shares his own poetic works.
About the Author
Don Cullen was born in 1933, and moved to Toronto in the mid 1950s, where he began working for the CBC. He opened the Bohemian Embassy in June 1960. Don Cullen has written for radio and television, including a stint with Wayne and Schuster, he has performed in various theatre revues, has been the artistic Co-Director of the Leacock Humour Festival and is currently a member of the Board of Advisors for the Mariposa Folk Festival.
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- Paperback: 88 pages
- Publisher: Wolsak & Wynn (February 1, 2007)
- ISBN-10: 1894987101
- ISBN-13: 978-1894987103
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