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Canadian literary roundup: March 30-April 5

Here are just a few events happening across the country this week:

  • Munyonzwe Hamalengwa launches The Politics of Judicial Diversity and Transformation, A Different Booklist, Toronto (March 30, 7 p.m., free)
  • International Children’s Book Day celebration, A.C. Hunter Public Library, St. John’s (March 31, 2 p.m., free)
  • Maggie Helwig reads from Girls Fall Down, Toronto Reference Library (April 2, 7 p.m., free)
  • Trillium Book Award 25th anniversary reading with Jeramy Dodds, Maureen Scott Harris, Jeff Latosik, Adam Sol, and Karen Solie, Gladstone Hotel, Toronto (April 4, 7 p.m., free)
  • Robson Reading Series presents a National Poetry Month celebration with Margaret Christakos, Leigh Kotsilidis, and Steven Price, University of British Columbia, Vancouver (April 3, 7 p.m., free)
  • Calgary Spoken Word Festival featuring C.R. Avery, David Bateman, Lisa Pasold, and others, Calgary, various locations (April 4-22)
  • Lawyer David Whellams launches his debut thriller, Walking Into the Ocean, Collected Works, Ottawa (April 4, 7 p.m., free)
Quillblog is looking for photos from literary events across Canada. Send your photos to scflinn@quillandquire.com
  • http://sfwriter.com/ Robert J. Sawyer

    And here’s another:  Book launch for TRIGGERS, the 21st novel by Robert J. Sawyer, Dominion on Queen pub, 500 Queen Street East, Toronto, Tuesday, April 3, at 7:00 p.m.  Free and open to everyone.  Sponsored by Penguin Canada, with Bakka Phoenix Books on hand to handle book sales.

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Eva Stachniak's Empress of the Night

Eva Stachniak poses with a copy of her book, Empress of the Night

Tea and snacks inspired by Eva Stachniak's Empress of the Night

Rimma Burashko with author Eva Stachniak

Eva Stachniak talks to the audience about the best and worst of Catherine the Great's favourites

Eva Stachniak smiles as she signs a copy of Empress of the Night for a fan

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