Joy Fielding, Brian Goldman and Mojca Kumerdej represent a powerhouse line-up of bestsellers, award-winners and international talent. They will be reading from their latest works–The Bad Daughter, The Power of Kindness and Fragma–at the Knox Presbyterian Church in the cosy City of Woodstock.
This event is part of the Lit On Tour programme.
Joy Fielding is the New York Times bestselling author of Someone Is Watching, Charley's Web, Heartstopper, Mad River Road, See Jane Run and other acclaimed novels. She divides her time between Toronto and Palm Beach, Florida.
For more than thirty years, Dr. Brian Goldman has been an active participant and keen observer of the culture of modern medicine. Since 2007, he has hosted White Coat, Black Art, a multi-award-winning show on CBC Radio that reveals what goes on behind a hospital’s sliding doors. Goldman is the author of the bestselling The Night Shift and The Secret Language of Doctors. He lives in Toronto with his family.
Born in Slovenia in 1964, Mojca Kumerdej is an award-winning writer and philosopher. She also works as a freelance journalist, covering art and science, primarily for Slovenia’s largest daily newspaper, Delo, she collaborates with intermedia art institutes and occasionally as a theatre dramaturg. In 2006, Kumerdej received the Tandem Grant from Stifung Brandenburger Tor. She has appeared as an official representative of Slovene literature at the Frankfurt, Leipzig, Prague, Guadalajara and Buenos Aires Bookfairs, and her stories have been translated into Spanish, German, English, Hungarian, Russian, Czech, French, Serbian, Polish, Macedonian, Bulgarian, Lithuanian and Slovakian.