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Monday, September 16, 2013 - 7:30pm
Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON
Toronto’s vibrant book, art and indie rock worlds will come together at Storybook Confidential, a night for grownups in support of Small Print Toronto’s interactive literary programs for children.
Local literary luminaries – including Kyle Buckley, Claire Caldwell, Stacey May Fowles, James Grainger, […]
Most readers will confess to mining the details of their favourite novels for evidence of the writer’s life. Switch out one gender for another, add ten years and relocate a character to another province or territory and we’re all but certain that the writer is talking about his or her first love, a parent, an […]
She’s Shameless has been picked to be part of the Toronto Public Library’s Word Out! 2010 reading program for teens. August 9-15 the book will be featured and discussed online as part of the initiative.
With wit and honesty, the writers share stories of their teen experiences (both positive and negative) on everything from pop culture […]
From Book Madam and Associates:
“There are three ways to live life — run away from the bulls, run with the bulls, or be the thing the bulls are running from. So, look out, bulls! You’ve got Stacey, Nic, and Julie on yer tail! While the first “official” Book Madam Book Club will meet Wednesday, May […]
“On Thursday, December 3rd, el Mocambo’s Legends of the Stage trilogy finally comes full circle when Taddle Creek launches its Christmas, 2009, issue. The evening will begin with a dramatic reading of letters to the editor (starring Paul Bellini as the voice of Taddle Creek) then slowly build momentum with a slideshow by Terry Murray and readings […]
Featuring Walrus magazine contributor and award-winning writer Hal Niedzviecki reading from The Peep Diaries, an examination of our emerging “peep culture,” and engaging in a Q & A session with novelist and Walrus contributor Stacey May Fowles. 8:00 pm, 1090 Don Mills Road, Toronto.
Hal Niedzviecki’s writings on culture have appeared in newspapers and magazines across […]