Thursday, October 27, 2016 - 8:00 PM
Reading: IFOA

Studio Theatre, Harbourfront Centre

235 Queens Quay W
Toronto M5J 2G8
Cost: $18/ $15 Supporters, Free for Students & Youth 25 under

Peter Geye, Ben Sanders, and Cordelia Strube will offer you a taste of their fiction. They will read from their latest novels and inspire you to discover new narratives. Lewis DeSoto will host this intriguing event.

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Participants

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    Lewis DeSoto

    Lewis DeSoto‘s latest novel is The Restoration Artist. An artist as well as a writer, he has exhibited his paintings across Canada. A former editor of the Literary Review of Canada, DeSoto has published essays and short stories in numerous journals, and he was awarded the Books in Canada/Writers’ Union Short Prose Award. His novel, A Blade of Grass, was nominated for the Man Booker Prize, the Royal Society of Literature Ondaatje Prize and the William Saroyan International Prize for Writing. He is also the author of a biography of Emily Carr, part of the Extraordinary Canadians series.

  • Geye, Peter Photo © Michael Lionstar 2016

    Peter Geye

    Peter Geye was born and raised in Minneapolis, where he continues to live. His previous novels are Safe from the Sea and The Lighthouse Road. He will be presenting Wintering.  

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    Ben Sanders

    Ben Sanders is the author of three previous novels: The Fallen (2010), By Any Means (2011), and Only the Dead (2013), all of which were New Zealand Fiction Bestsellers. Sanders's first three novels were written while he was studying at university; he graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Engineering, and now writes full-time. American Blood is his first novel in the U.S., and has been optioned by Warner Bros. for a major motion picture. He lives in Auckland, New Zealand. Supported by Creative New Zealand

  • Strube, Cordelia _by Mark Raynes Roberts

    Cordelia Strube

    Cordelia Strube is an accomplished playwright and the author of ten critically acclaimed novels, including Alex & Zee, Teaching Pigs to Sing, and Lemon. Winner of the CBC literary competition and a Toronto Arts Foundation Award, Strube has been nominated for the Governor General’s Award, the Trillium Book Award, the WH Smith/Books in Canada First Novel Award, and longlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize. A two-time finalist for ACTRA’s Nellie Award celebrating excellence in Canadian broadcasting, she is also a three-time nominee for the ReLit Award. Her latest work On The Shores Of Darkness, There Is Light won the City of Toronto Book Award.