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Sue Carter in Participants

Sue Carter is the editor-in-chief at Quill & Quire and book columnist at Metro News. Her writing has appeared in The Globe and Mail, Toronto Life, Reader’s Digest and Canadian Art among other publications.

Sue Carter in Events (See all 5 Events)

Let’s Talk Genre

Sunday, October 29, 2017 -
Roundtable : Festival

Lakeside Terrace, Harbourfront Centre

Sarah Bailey, Sue Carter, Nicholas Eames, Amy Jones, Alison Pick, Nicholas Power

ARTIST TALK: Sunila Galappatti

Thursday, October 27, 2016 -
Artist Talk : Festival

Lakeside Terrace, Harbourfront Centre

Sunila Galappatti

IFOA Weekly presents Douglas Kennedy, Susan Philpott and Amy Stuart

Wednesday, April 27, 2016 -
Author appearance, Reading : IFOA Weekly

Brigantine Room

Douglas Kennedy, Susan Philpott, Amy Stuart
December 8, 2017

A Writing Community

by: Amy Jones The Delegate Programme is an opportunity for local authors and journalists to enrich the level of discussion [...]

September 8, 2017

IFOA 2017 Schedule of Events

…nonfiction and poetry their favourite form of expression? Moderated by Sue Carter and hosted by Amy Jones. Walking Cities Sunday, October…

October 27, 2015

Artist Talk: Jami Attenberg

…audience with her frank and funny demeanor, breezily responding to Sue Carter’s prompts about her most recent novel, Saint Mazie. And, that’s…

Artist Talk: Jami Attenberg

Saturday, October 24, 2015 -
Artist Talk, Author appearance: Festival

Pub Hub

Bestselling author Jami Attenberg discusses her creative process and some of the unique challenges and opportunities that writing and publishing present today. Sue Carter interviews.

In Conversation with Jami Attenberg and Adrian Tomine

Saturday, October 24, 2015 -
Author appearance, Interview, Reading: Festival

Fleck Dance Theatre

Buzzed-about American authors Jami Attenberg and Adrian Tomine come together to discuss their highly anticipated new works with interviewer Sue Carter. Attenberg presents her latest novel, Saint Mazie, which introduces readers to Mazie Phillips, the bawdy proprietress of famed New York City movie theatre The Venice, while Tomine presents his …