Tuesday, October 4, 2016 - 7:00 PM
Reading/ Interview: Litontour

The Assembly Hall

1Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive
Toronto, ON
Etobicoke M8V 3W8
Cost: Sold Out

Wendy O’Brien sits down with Alissa York, author of internationally acclaimed novels Mercy, Effigy, and Fauna  to talk about her most recent novel The Naturalist.

This event is presented in partnership with

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Participants

  • Alissa York (c) Curtis Lantinga

    Alissa York

    Alissa York's internationally acclaimed novels include Mercy, Effigy (shortlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize), Fauna  and, most recently, The Naturalist. She is also the author of the short fiction collection, Any Given Power, stories which have won her the Journey Prize and the Bronwen Wallace Award. Her essays and articles have appeared in such periodicals as The Guardian, The Globe and Mail and Canadian Geographic. York has lived all over Canada and now makes her home in Toronto with her husband, artist Clive Holden.