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Argo Bookshop presents Book Club with Anita Anand

Argo Bookshop 1841-A rue Sainte Catherine Ouest, Montreal, QC, Canada

Join Argo Bookshop for an in-store Book Club with Anita Anand, author of A Convergence of Solitudes! Having read the book is encouraged, but not required (although there will probably […]


Fisher Small and Fine Press Fair

Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library 120 St. George Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

After a three-year absence, Book*hug Press is pleased to return to the Athe Fisher Library's biennial Small and Fine Press Fair. The event features some of the country’s finest artists […]


Eden Mills Writers’ Festival presents Chelene Knight

The charming village of Eden Mills Eden Mills, Ontario, Canada

The Eden Mills Writers' Festival presents Her Story, with Chelene Knight (Junie), Martha Bátiz (No Stars in the Sky), and Heather O’Neill (When We Lost Our Heads). Hosted by: Susan […]

Eden Mills Writers’ Festival presents Cary Fagan

The charming village of Eden Mills Eden Mills, Ontario, Canada

Eden Mills Writers' Festival presents What If?, with Cary Fagan (The Animals), Francine Cunningham (God Isn’t Here Today), and Robert McGill (A Suitable Companion for the End of Your Life). […]

Toronto Public Library presents Chelene Knight

Toronto Public Library, Runnymede Branch 2178 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada

Facilitated by host David Chariandy, Chelene Knight will discuss her debut novel, Junie, a riveting exploration of the complexity within the mother-daughter relationship. Intimate and urgent, Junie is an unflinching […]


Word Vancouver presents Shani Mootoo


Word Vancouver presents Inner Monologues, with Shani Mootoo (author of Cane | Fire). Also with Jude Neale and Alan Hill. Hosted by Leanne Boschman.   Creating space for the personal […]


Athens International Poetry Festival presents Beatriz Hausner

Karitsi Square Athens, Greece

At the 8th Athens World Poetry Festival, running from September 19-23, see Beatriz Hausner (author of Beloved Revolutionary Sweetheart and Enter the Raccoon), along with over 40 world poets from 13 countries interpret the […]

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