One year later…

Trouble In The Camera Club book launch 2011

One year ago today my book Trouble In The Camera Club had its launch at the Garrison. What a fantastic party that was! I have been so honoured by the response and support the book and I were given. Thank you to everyone who attended the launch, bought the book, took it out of the library, wrote, talked or blogged about it, the venues and festivals that hosted my slideshow/talk, and all the people who wrote to me sharing their sometimes similar experiences. Thanks to the individuals and bands who I photographed or who made a real revolution happen, and to everyone whose X-Acto knife and gluestick flyers helped make the book so visually rich.

Thanks again to the people who performed at the launch, designed the book, and to ECW Press for releasing Trouble In The Camera Club. The positive feedback I continue to get about it made a very long journey worthwhile.

There are still 20 limited edition versions with 7″ single, despite most people’s belief that they are long gone.

I believe the photo above was taken by Joanne Brigmantas and modified by Rojer Moxie Streets – the first other “punk” I knew!

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2 Comments

  1. Alex Koch
    Posted May 7, 2012 at 1:24 pm | Permalink

    nice shot of you and the Rojer!! I hope the book is doing well,I promote it whenever possible.You did a killer job getting it together,and the Crash Kills Five ep as well.Cheers,Alex.

  2. Melissa
    Posted May 24, 2012 at 2:25 pm | Permalink

    In my ADHD train of thought (board with me) … listening to Fifth Column, thought of them, thought of you, remembered random fun as a Comedy Central lackey visiting CBC studios, garbage bins full of maximum ice, stumbling drunk, Brian walking me back to room to make sure I was safe, thinking to myself now in 2012 “wow, that was really sweet of him. I should have hit on him.”, remembering that as a naive 20-something that I had a crush on you (Don) blindly ignoring the obvious, I wonder what Don is up to?, twitter search, found you, found this link, I want a book. Now as we exit my exhaustive train trip I just have to decide if I want to pay the extra money to have it shipped to me here or make it a reason to visit Toronto.

    What’s Brian up to? :)
    Melissa

    Congrats on the book. I can’t wait to see it. Ordering now.

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