It's the second edition of the Holiday Pop-Up Book Fair!
Presented by the Association of English-language Publishers of Quebec, the Atwater Library and Computer Centre, and the Quebec Writers' Federation, this book fair brings together dozens of English-Quebec publishers and writers for a holiday bookstravaganza. Meet local authors, hear them read from their work, browse hundreds of books, buy a few and get them signed--just in time for holiday gift-giving.Find out more »
Join us in launching Kai Cheng Thom's first novel, Fierce Femmes and Notorious Liars: A Dangerous Trans Girl's Confabulous Memoir. The author will read from her new book and sign copies which will be available for sale.Find out more »
local vendors, espace radicale.
*With a performance by the FOREVER CHORUS AT 8pm Sunday*
Kick off 2017 in Ottawa with Kai Cheng Thom's launch of her first novel, Fierce Femmes and Notorious Liars: A Dangerous Trans Girl's Confabulous Memoir.Find out more »
Books will be available for purchase at the event. All are welcome! This venue has an accessible entrance and accessible, single stall washroom. Please do not wear scented products at AKA. For more info contact germinations (at) riseup (dot) netFind out more »
Books will be available for purchase at this free event. All are welcome! This venue has an accessible entrance.Find out more »
Author Kai Cheng Thom returns to her hometown to launch her Lambda Literary Award–nominated debut novel, Fierce Femmes and Notorious Liars: A Dangerous Trans Girl's Confabulous Memoir.Find out more »
Metonymy author Kai Cheng Thom will make two appearances at Montreal's 2017 Blue Metropolis Festival. Join her on Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29.Find out more »
They fight injustice, obliterate boundaries, and/or defy expectations – bringing real and imagined worlds to life. Meet badass female characters and the writers who created them. Join Kai Cheng Thom, M-E Girard and Sarah Raughley in conversation with Sheridan College Professor and Bluegate Reading Series coordinator Shoilee Khan in a power-packed panel all about women warriors in literature.Find out more »
Wakefield's quirky and talented Sheena Beena Turcotte hosts the festival’s most audacious sCrawl to date. You are invited to partake of the rhythmic word images and musical landscapes of two of Canada’s best spoken word artists—Queen Ka and Ian Keteku—and the fresh insights of authors Jasmine Aziz and jia qing wilson-yang on sex and gender identity.Find out more »