Songs for Runaway Girls


London Public Library Masonville Branch

  • Date: 22 April, 2014
  • Time: 19:00
  • Location London, ON
  • Venue: London Public Library Masonville Branch, 30 N Centre Rd

On Tuesday April 22, BookThug and the London Public Library, Masonville Branch, team up to bring you a special night of literature and music. Enjoy readings by London writer Laurie D Graham, author of the poetry collection Rove (Hagios Press) and Argentine author Guadalupe Muro, author of the new novel Air Carnation (BookThug). There will also be live music from Songs for Runaway Girls, featuring original music from the soundtrack for the novel Air Carnation. The ensemble features Guadalupe Muro, and fellow Argentine artists Julián Muro and Ana López,

Tuesday April 22, 2014
7:00-8:30 pm
London Public Library, Masonville Branch
in the Sifton Gallery
30 North Centre Rd.
Books and CDs will be for sale.
Light refreshments will be served.


GUADALUPE MURO is an Argentinian writer, producer and artist and was the recipient of the Raul Urtusan – Frances Harley Scholarship for Young Emerging Artists from Argentina. Her first collection of poems, Con quién dormías? was published in 2007. Air Carnation is her first novel (BookThug 2014). She also collaborated with Argentine musicians Julián Muro and Ana López to compose the soundtrack to the novel, a project called “Songs for Runaway Girls”. Muro lives in Sc. de Bariloche, a small town in Patagonia, where she directs the collaborative literary project “Las Cartas de Guadalupe.” Follow Muro at and

SONGS FOR RUNAWAY GIRLS came together to create and record the original soundtrack for the novel Air Carnation written by Guadalupe Muro. All lyrics were written by her and the music was composed and is performed by Julián Muro and Ana López, musicians also from Argentina. The album was mostly recorded in a one-day session, on February, 28th of 2014, a shiny day of summer, in a vacant inn built on the shores of Lago Gutierrez with a beautiful view of the lake and the mountains, in San Carlos de Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina. Sample the music at

LAURIE D. GRAHAM grew up in Sherwood Park, Alberta, and now lives in London, where she is a poet, teacher, and assistant editor of Brick, A Literary Journal as well as an instructor at Humber College. Her poems have appeared in Carousel, CV2, Event, FreeFall, The Malahat Review, Room, Other Voices and subTerrain. Her book Rove was published by Hagios Press in the fall of 2013.

Guadalupe Muro, Julián Muro and Ana López join us from Argentina and their visit to Canada is made possible by the Dept of Argentinian Cultural Affairs.