“They’ll drink all your booze and eat all your food, put on your favourite records and sing along drunkenly. Guests you can’t get rid of, thoughts you can’t shake—do you force them out, or let them stay awhile?”
Misha Bower, known on the Toronto scene as the lead vocalist for Bruce Peninsula, has returned to her first love: literature. The results: an octet of short stories entitled Music For Uninvited Guests. Bundled with a mix tape of musical treasures, the collection is available from Cringles via Misha’s website and features beguiling tales reminiscent of the strange truths explored by Matthew Good in his collected works, At Last There Is Nothing Left To Say.
For the Toronto-area fans, Misha will be launching the book this week (October 11th) at The Great Hall. For more details on the book and the reading, click on over to her official website.