Join us as we travel to the Upper North Side, a “Little Canada” of sorts that highlights the artistic innovation of our neighbors to the north.
We’ll celebrate this surge of creativity with a night of reading and discussion with Canadian novelist Michael Crummey. Crummey, whose debut novel River Thieves (2001) became a Canadian bestseller and also garnered numerous awards and short-list honors for Canada’s prestigious Giller Prize, returns readers to the place of his birth – Newfoundland and Labrador – in his newest novel, Galore. The book spans a century in the folkloric life of a hardscrabble fishing community.
Tori Schacht writes and blogs about books for Full Stop, an online magazine devoted to an "earnest, expansive, and rigorous discussion of literature and literary culture." Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Rumpus, Rain Taxi and the KGB Bar Lit Magazine, and her reviews have been featured in the Powell's "Review-a-Day." She works in the editorial department of W. W. Norton & Company, an independent publisher based in New York.
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