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We'd like to thank everyone who came out to our 40th Anniversary Party on Friday night! If you want to relive it, or if you couldn't make it and would like to check out some pictures from the evening, please check out our Facebook album.
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The International Festival of Authors at Harbourfront Centre is fast-approaching and we are very excited to have some of our wonderful authors participating this year!
Black Rock author John McFetridge will be taking part in two Round Table discussions at this year's festival. The first, Time for Crime, will be held in the Brigantine Room on October 26th at 4pm. The second, October 1970 (a discussion focused on the October Crisis) also features ECW author Catherine Gildiner who will be discussing her newest memoir Coming Ashore. The October 1970 Round Table discussion is on November 1, at 7:30pm in the Lakeside Terrace.
Catherine Gildiner's second Round Table discussion, Based on a True Story, will focus on the real life inspirations that authors take for their work. This discussion will be held on November 2 at 12pm in the Studio Theatre.
Poet Jacob Scheier will be particiapating in two different readings at IFOA this year. The first, the Poet Summit, is on October 25 at 2pm and will be held in the Studio Theatre. For the second reading, Jacob will be accompanied by David Adams, Emma Donoghue and Thomas King. This reading will be held on November 1 at 7:30 in the Brigantine Room.
Finally, the author, translator and subject of So Long, Marianne will discuss this fascinating book. Marianne Ihlen was Canadian poet Leonard Cohen’s muse and lover. ECW author and Canada AM film critic Richard Crouse will moderate this event, held on October 25 at 2pm in the Lakeside Terrace.
The author, translator and subject of So Long, Marianne discuss this fascinating book. Marianne Ihlen was Canadian poet Leonard Cohen’s muse and lover. ECW author and Canada AM film critic Richard Crouse will moderate this discussion, to take place at 4pm on October 25, in the Lakeside Terrace at Harbourfront Centre. If you're interested in learning more about this event, or to purchase tickets, click here.
ECW poet Jacob Scheier will be reading from his latest collection, Letter from Brooklyn, alongside David Adams Richards, Emma Donoghue, and Thomas King at this year's IFOA. The readings will take place at Harbourfront Centre in the Brigantine Rooom on November 1, at 7:30pm. If you would like more information about this event, or to purchase tickets, click here.
Join ECW's Jacob Scheier, along with poets Gary Geddes, Catherine Graham, Julie Joosten, Adam Sol and David Martin, as they read from their latest works. Hosted by the CBC’s Mary Ito in the Studio Theatre at Harbourfront Centre on October 25 at 2pm. To find out more about this reading, or to purchase tickets, click here.