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Father-son books explore shared theme of a social conscience

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It's a family affair at Octopus Books this week. Tonight at 7, a book launch by one Bush Senior, and tomorrow at the same time, a launch for his son.








Steven Bush is a writer and actor, and the former Artistic Director of the GCTC. His book, Conversations with George Luscombe, documents the philosophies and teaching methods of the late Toronto theatre director.


Liam Barrington-Bush, meanwhile, will launch Anarchists in the Boardroom tomorrow. It's an activist's guide to influencing organizations to become more creative, flexible, and human. Both Steven and Liam joined us to talk about the shared themes in their respective works.



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