Toronto’s International Festival of Authors Event

Toronto’s International Festival of Authors is exploring the stories rarely told in publishing with Between Words and Worlds: New Canadian Women’s Writing. On April 11, Inanna Publications authors Ami Sands Brodoff (In Many Waters), Connie Guzzo-McParland (The Women of Saturn), Mariam Pirbhai (Outside People), and Mehri Yalfani (The Street of Butterflies) will discuss writing between […]

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Toronto’s International Festival of Authors is exploring the stories rarely told in publishing with Between Words and Worlds: New Canadian Women’s Writing.

On April 11, Inanna Publications authors Ami Sands Brodoff (In Many Waters), Connie Guzzo-McParland (The Women of Saturn), Mariam Pirbhai (Outside People), and Mehri Yalfani (The Street of Butterflies) will discuss writing between languages and voices, landscapes and cultures, and homes away from home with moderator Soraya Peerbaye.

This event would appeal to those interested in literature by women, the cultural vibrancy of Toronto and new ways of thinking about storytelling.

The event is free and located at the Harbourfront Centre at 235 Queens Quay West.

http://ifoa.org/