Children of Earth and Sky with Guy Gavriel Kay
October 21 @ 6:30PM
Guy Gavriel Kay's novels have captured the imaginations of readers for decades. His latest novel, Children of the Earth and Sky takes place in a fictional world inspired by the conflicts and dramas inspired by Renaissance Europe. In a world where danger lurks on every side, the story follows the lives of several characters who set sail on the same ship and find their lives and fates entwined.
Paranormal Prose with Kelley Armstrong, Kristi Charish and Nathan Adler
October 21 @ 8:30PM
M. G Vassanji's Nostalgia
October 22 @ 8:30PM
Award winning Canadian author M. G. Vassanji is no stranger to new lands, real or fictional. But his new novel, Nostalgia takes on the dystopian genre in Brave-New-World-esque future set in Toronto. The rich live forever by erasing their memories and implanting new ones. A doctors who is attempting to help others keep their old memories from seeping into their new life suddenly discovers he has his memories of a past life. But what do these memories mean? And what will he learn about himself?
Margaret Atwood's Hag-Seed
October 25 @ 6:30PM
Margaret Atwood is back with a new retelling of Shakespeare's The Tempest in Hag-seed . In her retelling, Felix, an Artistic Director of a theatre festival, plans what should be an unforgettable performance of The Tempest but when he is ousted from his position and sent into exile he lands a job teaching theatre in a prison. Atwood once again takes us into an exploration of the prison system where the prisoners as actors, in a theatrical plan to snare Felix's enemies. It’s magic! But will he succeed?