Walking Cities is a literary program connecting writers from Canada and the UK in 4 cities—Toronto, Winnipeg, Montréal and Vancouver—to exchange ideas related to identities, places and territories. The project is present by the British Council Canada and you can watch the short films here. In partnership with the British Council Canada, IFOA 2017 hosted a panel […]
From the IFOA vaults, a round table from 2007 with Giller Prize-winning author Will Ferguson, bestselling crime writer Peter Robinson, 2015 RBC Taylor Prize nominee M.G. Vassanji and Governor General Award-winning author Richard B. Wright. They discuss what they’re reading in a panel entitled “Creative Catalysts.” Canadian writer Randy Boyagoda moderates.
Listen to Talya Rubin read from her debut collection.
Last week, Kim Thúy‘s novel Ru won Canada Reads 2015: One Book To Break Barriers! We were lucky enough to have this delightful author at the International Festival of Authors last fall, where she presented her latest novel, Mãn. You can listen to a reading of this beautiful book below. And, if you missed any of […]
We were so excited to see the longlist for this year’s Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction! Nominee Heather O’Neill was on our stage last spring to present her longlisted novel, The Girl Who Was Saturday Night. Listen to Heather read from this unforgettable coming-of-age tale below.