The Canadian Writers in Person Lecture Series event featuring Métis author Cherie Dimaline on Jan. 14 has been cancelled. Dimaline was to speak about her award-winning novel The Marrow Thieves.
The series features 11 authors who will present their work, answer questions and sign books. Canadian Writers in Person is a for-credit course for students. It is also a free-admission event for members of the public. All readings take place at 7 p.m. on select Tuesday evenings in 206 Accolade West Building, Keele Campus.
The series will reconvene Jan. 28 with a presentation by author Uzma Jalaluddin.
Other presentations scheduled in this series are:
Jan. 28: Uzma Jalaluddin, Ayesha at Last, Penguin Random House
Feb. 11: Carrianne Leung, That Time I Loved You, HarperCollins
March 3: E. Martin Nolan, Still Point, Invisible Publishing
March 17: David Bezmozgis, Immigrant City, HarperCollins
Canadian Writers in Person is a course offered out of the Culture & Expression program in the Department of Humanities in York University’s Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies. For more information on the series, visit yorku.ca/laps/canwrite, call 416-736-5158, or email Professor Gail Vanstone at firstname.lastname@example.org or Professor Leslie Sanders at email@example.com.