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We are pleased to welcome Vincent Collistro as he celebrates the release of Join us for a night of literature, community and fun as we recommend our book club picks.With over 50 titles to choose from we will happily help your book club choose some of their future reads.Through stories, cartoons, music, video, and possibly interpretive dance, Jesse will shed light on the things that are actually interesting about Canada, most of which are awful.Join us at the Hamilton Public Library as they reveal the 2017 Hamilton Reads selection with guest author Jane Urquhart reading from her new book A Number of Things: Stories of Canada Told Through Fifty Objects.Kang’s book Author Alison Pick will read from her novel Strangers with the Same Dream and the 2018 Hamilton Reads title will be announced. Authors include: Shannon Bramer, Daniel Coleman, Sally Cooper, Cherie Dimaline, Krista Foss, Lee Maracle, John Terpstra, Zoe Whittall. Both poets will read from their new collections published by Véhicule Press, Alexandra Oliver will host. Mark will share the inside scoop on how our weird, charming city has affected the writing of his two crime books. We will be hosting a book table at Water Changes Everything, an Earth Hour event, and providing a selection of materials on the importance of water.
We are pleased to host an evening celebrating poet Alexandra Oliver‘s return from the UK!
We will be on-hand as Mark Osbaldeston discusses his new book Unbuilt Hamilton.
A fascinating look at the city that might have been.
We will be on-hand as author, historian and journalist Gwynne Dyer visits the Hamilton Public Library for a talk entitled “The Trump Era: Barking up the Wrong Tree”. Dyer will be discussing the larger implications of Mr. New this year, everyone that gives our ridiculously fun bookstore scavenger hunt a shot gets a prize and is entered in our grand prize draw.
Come and join us for a fun filled day as local authors share their love for indie bookstores; with treats, book giveaways, and more!
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