4700 Keele St
North York, ON M3J 1P3
Hear from some of Canada's finest
Get up close and personal with an eclectic group of authors while earning course credit through LA&PS' Canadian Writers in Person (AP/CLTR 1953 6.0A) course. You'll explore the contemporary work of renowned authors, while having the unique opportunity to engage with them in a dialogue about their work.
Members of the York community not enrolled in the course can also enjoy the readings, which are free and open to the public.
All readings are held Tuesdays at 7-10 pm
Get more info at the Canadian Writers in Person website, and see all the past authors.
Sept 18/18 Djamila Ibrahim, Things Are Good Now (House of Anansi Press)
Oct. 2: Kathleen Winter, Lost in September, Random House
Oct. 23: Eden Robinson, Son of a Trickster, Penguin Random House
Nov. 6: Canisha Lubrin, Voodoo Hypothesis, Wolsak & Wynn Publishers
Nov. 20: Joel Hynes, We All Be Burnt in Our Beds Some Night, HarperCollins
Dec. 4: Stevie Howell, I left nothing inside on purpose, M&S
Jan. 15: Michael Redhill, Bellevue Square, Random House
Jan. 29: Kerri Sakamoto, Floating City, Random House
Feb. 12: Kim Fu, The Lost Girls of Camp Forevermore, HarperCollins
March 6: Katerena Vermette, The Break, House of Anansi Press