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Saturday, October 17

IFOA Windsor

Saturday, October 17, 2015 - 8:00 PM
The Capitol Theatre
Author appearance, Interview: Litontour

Two-time Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour winner Terry Fallis will be at The Capitol Theatre for an interview conducted by CBC Windsor news anchor Lisa Xing. Fallis is presenting his latest novel, Poles Apart, a hilarious novel about a young man who creates a feminist blog and becomes an overnight sensation. This event is co-presented with BookFest Windsor.

For tickets and more information, please visit BookFest Windsor or The Capitol Theatre.

In partnership with BookFest Windsor.

Tickets for this event, in partnership with BookFest Windsor, are $20 for a day pass ($17 in advance)/$5 for students.



Monday, October 19

Wednesday, October 21

IFOA Woodstock

Wednesday, October 21, 2015 - 7:00 PM
Knox Presbyterian Church
Author appearance, Reading: Litontour

Authors Lauren B. Davis, Farzana Doctor, Terry Fallis and Martí Sales read from their latest works at the Knox Presbyterian Church on October 21 at 7pm, followed by a question and answer segment.

For tickets and more information, please visit Woodstock Public Library (519-539-4801) or Merrifield Bookshop

In partnership with Woodstock Public Library

Woodstock Public Library


Thursday, October 22

IFOA@Fort York: Magna Carta and the Modern World

Thursday, October 22, 2015 - 8:00 PM
Fort York
Author appearance, Keynote, Special Event: IFOA
Participants: Carolyn Harris

In Tudor times, Magna Carta became an obscure legal document. It emerged from obscurity with the legal writing of Sir Edward Coke (1552–1634), who argued that the document was the foundation of all English liberties. Coke’s interpretation of Magna Carta informed the American and French Revolutions and the development of modern Canada.

Join Toronto-based historian Dr. Carolyn Harris, author of Magna Carta and Its Gifts to Canada: Democracy, Law, and Human Rights, for a discussion of this very significant charter.

For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit


This event is presented in partnership with

15 Dundurn

15 Fort York

Writing, Violence and the Human Brain: A Conversation with Steven Pinker and Ken Dryden

Thursday, October 22, 2015 - 8:00 PM
Fleck Dance Theatre
Special Event: IFOA
Participants: Ken Dryden, Steven Pinker

Canadian intellectuals Steven Pinker and Ken Dryden explore the surprising and far-ranging capacities of the human brain, from the writer’s narrative instinct to the athlete’s aggressive drive. Renowned cognitive scientist and linguist Pinker is the author of The Sense of Style and The Better Angels of our Nature. Former federal cabinet minister and Hockey Hall of Fame goaltender Dryden is the author of The Game and Becoming Canada.

All proceeds go to PEN Canada. Find out more at

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