Susan Juby is the best-selling author of the internationally popular Alice MacLeod books, recently made into a television series, and the critically acclaimed novels Getting the Girl and Another Kind of Cowboy. Her work has won such awards as the Sheila A.
Books.Torontoist Editor and Author James Grainger will have a lively chat with CBC Producer Tom Jokinen about his memoir Curtains: Adventures Of An Undertaker In Training (Random House Canada) at this week’s TINARS event.
Noted poet, music journalist and author Liz Worth has just penned the first ever chronicle of the early Toronto punk scene, Treat Me Like Dirt: An Oral History Of Punk In Toronto And Beyond (1977-81) (Bongo Beat Books). On the eve of the TINARS launch for her eagerly awaited book, Worth sat down with Winston, our old school punk penguin.
Stacey May Fowles is an author, journalist and editor. She has contributed to numerous online and print periodicals, notably Open Book Toronto, Torontoist, Broken Pencil and The Walrus Magazine. Her first novel, Be Good (Tightrope Books), was published to wide acclaim and remains one of the bestselling titles in the Small Press section at Pages Books.
At the debut of the She’s Shameless anthology on Tuesday June 23, novelist Ibi Kaslik will conduct the inaugural TINARS writing workshop with teenaged girls. Ibi took a moment today to give Winston the lowdown on this new venture.