This Week in Lit Events: November 21-27th

November 21, 2016

Just two events this week, but they're doozies: the Second Edition of the AELAQ Holiday Pop-up Book Fair in Montreal, and a joint launch of Tim Bowling and Gregory Scofield poetry in Vancouver.

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Just two events this week, but they're doozies: the Second Edition of the AELAQ Holiday Pop-up Book Fair in Montreal, and a joint launch of Tim Bowling and Gregory Scofield poetry in Vancouver.

Are you hosting an event featuring an author whose titles are available on All Lit Up? Send the event details, including author, book, date, time, and address to  hello@alllitup.ca to be included in our listings.

Friday, November 25th

Montreal

2nd Annual AELAQ Holiday Pop-Up Book Fair

Where: Atwater Library, 1200 Avenue Atwater, Westmount, QC

When: Friday, November 25th from 3-8pm, Saturday, November 26th from 10-4pm

More information: It’s the second edition of the Holiday Pop-Up Book Fair!

Presented by AELAQ, the Atwater Library and Computer Centre, and the Quebec Writers’ Federation, this book fair brings together dozens of English-Quebec publishers and writers for a holiday bookstravaganza. Meet local authors, hear them read from their work, browse hundreds of books, buy a few and get them signed–just in time for holiday gift-giving. Check out the link below for a full listing of readings at the fair.

Link:  http://aelaq.org/events/holiday-pop-book-fair-2/

 

Saturday, November 26th

Vancouver

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Tim Bowling and Gregory Scofield book launch at The Paper Hound

Where: 344 West Pender St., Vancouver, BC

When: 5-8pm

More information: Join Nightwood Editions for the launch of Gregory Scofield's WITNESS, I AM and Tim Bowling's THE DUENDE OF TETHERBALL. Joining them will be a special guest reader, Elizabeth Bachinsky, author of "The Hottest Summer in Recorded History".
The event is free and refreshments will be served. Books will also be for sale at the event. For more information contact The Paper Hound at 604-428-1344 or visit paperhound.ca.

Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1400817646645120/


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