Wednesday, September 24, 2008

The Word On The Street (Pre-Game Show!)

The wheels are in motion. Our phones are ringing off their hooks. Our email inboxes are full to bursting. Our awesome button-maker is on the verge of falling apart.

It's that time of the year again.


On Sunday September 24th, Cormorant Books will be participating in WOTS in Halifax and Toronto. It'll be a packed day at both events, so if you're in either city on Sunday, stop by.

Here's our schedule:


Elspeth Cameron, author of And Beauty Answers: The Life Of Frances Loring and Florence Wyle
2008 City of Toronto Book Award shortlist readings
City of Toronto Tent 11:15-11:45

Sally Gibson
, author of Inside Toronto: Urban Interiors, 1880s-1920s
City of Toronto Tent 11:15-11:45

Charles Pachter, author of M is for Moose: A Charles Patcher Alphabet
Children's Activity Tent 12:15-12:45

Neil Bissoondath, author of The Soul of All Great Designs
Bestsellers Stage 1:15-2:00

Hélène Dorion, author of Days of Sand
Proud Voices Tent 2:30-3:00

Zoe Whittall, author of Bottle Rocket Hearts
2008 Dayne Ogilvie Award shortlist readings
Proud Voices Tent 3:30-4:00


Mark Blagrave, author of Silver Salts
BPIDP Atlantic Authors Stage 12:30-1:00

Carol Bruneau, author of Glass Voices
CBC Festival Mainstage 1:00-1:30


Cormorant will once again have a booth (130) at The Word On The Street Toronto. Come pay us a visit. We'd love to talk about books, politics, the local sports team of your choice, or anything else you'd like. And if you decide you want to buy a good book, hey, we've got plenty of those.

Make plans!

One of the intrepid volunteers from WOTS 2007 Toronto

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