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BookFest Windsor: Louise Welsh

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Saturday, October 25, 2014 - 1:00pm


Capitol Theatre and Arts Centre
121 University West
Windsor, ON
N9A 5P4


BookFest Windsor in partnership with the International Festival of Authors
are pleased to announce that Scottish thriller writer Louise Welsh will be
presenting her latest literary suspense fiction, the first “outbreak”
in the Plague Times trilogy, A Lovely Way to Burn, at Bookfest Windsor

This is Welsh’s sixth psychological thriller. Welsh has combined her
expertise in history, a literary style, and her fascination with crime to
produce a novel that has been dubbed a thrilling dystopian mystery and
apocalyptic whodunit. Her work has earned her an international reputation
and long list of awards. As of December 2010, she is the Writer in
Residence at Glasgow University and Glasgow School of Art.

Cost:$20/$5 students (for a full-day festival pass)

For more information call Sarah at 519-253-7639, email
[email protected]

For information about the festival, please visit

Louise Walsh's Official Website

IFOA information

Interview with Louise Walsh

Review of A Lovely Way To Burn

BookFest Windsor: Christene Browne


Saturday, October 25, 2014 - 2:00pm


The Capitol Theatre & Arts Centre, David Patrick Kelly Theatre
121 University Ave. W
Windsor, ON
N9A 5P4


Author and Filmmaker Christene Browne will be appearing at BookFest Windsor this year on October 25 from 2:00-3:00PM.

Sponsored by Windsor Public Library, WPL Book Club: Many People, Many Stories, One Soul will feature a short screening of Christene's film work and a chat about her novel Two Women, which was selected for Windsor Public Library's October Book Club.

BookFest Windsor runs form October 24-26. Visit BookFest Windsor for more details.

#PoetryLab at London WordFest with Emma BlueFree, Laurie D. Graham, Penn Kemp, Andy McGuire and Steven Slowka


Sunday, October 26, 2014 - 5:30pm


Museum London Lecture Theatre
421 Ridout St. N.
London, ON
N6A 5H4


The featured five poets from the London community will present their poetry onstage in tandem with visual projections and sound effects. The poets are Emma BlueFree, Laurie D. Graham, Penn Kemp, Andy McGuire and Steven Slowka.

Penn’s videopoems are performed in collaboration with Chris Meloche and Dennis Siren. As part of Words: The Literary & Creative Arts Festival, this event is co-ordinated by Poetry London and the Public Humanities at Western.

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