Saturday, October 26, 2013 - 2:00 PM
Interview, Reading: IFOA

York Quay Centre - Studio Dance Theatre

235 Queens Quay West
Toronto M5J 2G8
Cost: $18/$15 supporters/FREE students & youth 25 and under
CBC Books

Cartoonists Peter Bagge and Seth present their latest works and are interviewed by Brent Bambury.

This event is part of CBC@IFOA. On October 26, members of our national public broadcaster’s radio and television team take to the stage to help present some of the world’s best authors. Available starting Tuesday, September 17 is a CBC@IFOA Day Pass, which offers a chance to purchase a bundle of five tickets, one to each CBC@IFOA event, for the low price of $50 (plus a service charge). To buy your CBC@IFOA Day Pass, call the Harbourfront Centre Box Office at 416-973-4000.


  • Peter Bagge

    Peter Bagge

    Peter Bagge is the Harvey Award-winning author of the acclaimed alternative comic series Hate. A regular contributor to Reason magazine, Bagge got his start in comics in the magazine Weirdo. He presents Woman Rebel: The Margaret Sanger Story, a factual yet fun graphic biography of the founder of Planned Parenthood. Bagge humanizes Sanger in his signature cartoony style, showing how both her compassionate nature and her flaws inspired her trailblazing activism and legacy.

  • Brent Bambury

    Brent Bambury is a Canadian radio and television personality who has worked on such CBC shows as Brave New Waves, Midday and Off the Cuff. He is currently the host of CBC’s Day 6, a nationally aired radio programme that blends journalism, current affairs, comedy and opinion.  

  • seth


    Seth is the cartoonist behind the comic book series Palookaville, which started as a pamphlet and is now a semi-annual hardcover. His comics have appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Best American Comics, and McSweeneys Quarterly. His illustrations have appeared in numerous publications including the cover of the New Yorker, the Walrus, and Canadian Notes & Queries. He was the subject of a solo exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario, which showcased the first public display of his model city Dominion. He is now a part of the Gallery's permanent collection. This year Seth designed the poster for the 37th edition of the IFOA and is curating the Five Ways exhibit.