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Martin Mordecai: author, mentor and Diaspora Dialogues-contributor

Martin Mordecai, author of Free (currently on offer) and the much-celebrated middle grade novel Blue Mountain Trouble (Arthur A. Levine Books, 2009), will be busy these next few weeks. As a contributor to the latest Diaspora Dialogues anthology–TOK: Writing the New … Continue reading

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Meet novelist and foodie Kim Moritsugu!

Kim Moritsugu, one of the agency’s favourite novelist-cum-food aficionados, is helping the Toronto Public Library celebrate its 2011 Keep Toronto Reading Festival with a talk about plotting, food-in-fiction, and And Everything Nice,the fun-and-funny novelette Kim recently published with Orca. And Everything Nice … Continue reading

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Mary Lou Dickinson at Novel Idea

Those of you who are looking ahead to March may want to circle Thursday the 10th on your calendars: Mary Lou Dickinson, author of the acclaimed Ile D’Or (Inanna Publications, May 2010), will read from her novel at Kingston, Ontario’s … Continue reading

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February readings spotlight HSWLA authors

Next week is shaping up to be a busy one for HSW Literary Agency authors. As we’ve already noted, Pamela Mordecai is slated–along with Rachel Manley and Olive Senior–to read at the Toronto Public Library’s Don Mills Branch on Wednesday, February … Continue reading

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Pamela Mordecai at the Richmond Hill Public Library TONIGHT!

Get better acquainted with the work of Pamela Mordecai, author/poet/playwright-extraordinaire, at the Richmond Hill Public Library’s Central branch. Starting at 7:30 p.m. tonight, Pamela–who was recently interviewed for Open Book Toronto by Adebe D.A.– will read from her short story … Continue reading

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Great Black History Month programming at the Richmond Hill Public Library!

The surest cure for the winter blahs is a full social life, so pull out those calendars once more–February is looking up! Fans of Pamela Mordecai will be pleased to hear that she has another reading lined up. On Monday, … Continue reading

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Mark your calendars!

In honour of Black History Month, Jamaican-Canadian poet and author Pamela Mordecai will appear at the Toronto Public Library’s Don Mills Branch on February 23, 2011 at 7 p.m. She will be joined by Rachel Manley and Olive Senior who, like … Continue reading

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