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Catherine Hernandez, Author of Scarborough, in conversation @ Osgoode January 23 1230

RSVP pls if you plan to join us!

JANUARY 23, 2019 1230 in Room 1014 Helliwell Centre IKB

“Building Community, Accessing Justice: In Conversation with Catherine Hernandez”

[added 01/19/2019: It’s Osgoode Prof. Amar Bhatia who will serve as Catherine’s interlocutor, and i’m delighted that he agreed.  His own work, his interest in things literary,  and many other things about who he is (including that he’s a lovely person) combine to make him an ideal interviewer.  Thank you Amar!]

Scarborough: a novel is published by Arsenal Pulp Press, (you can order a copy from them for 17.95$ – there’s a nice excerpt online for you to read).

Toronto Public Library have 66 hard copies and 120 e copies, so get on the list.   Yorku library has the book on reserve at Scott (2 hour loans) https://www.library.yorku.ca/find/Record/3727908

The e book is now less than 10 on Amazon (kindle) and Kobo.

GTA libraries don’t have many copies (Vaughan public library website kindly asked me if I was looking for sourdough a novel which was…do they think i’m a hipster??).  Mississauga Public LibrariesBrampton Public Library; Ajax.

IFLS feminist book club will have a session on Scarborough before the 23rd, but generally it’s not necessary to read the book to come and hear Catherine speak.

 

 

 

IFLS “in conversation with Catherine Hernandez, Author of Scarborough” Wed Jan 23 2018

WED JAN 23 2019

Lunch served. Please RSVP bit.ly/IFLSHERNANDEZ

1230 -2PM | ROOM TBA

CATHERINE HERNANDEZ

Building Community, Accessing Justice:A conversation with the author of Scarborough

Click here for PDF poster for printing

Catherine Hernandez is the award winning author of Scarborough
(Arsenal Pulp Press). Scarborough won the 2015 Jim Wong-Chu
Award, was shortlisted for the Toronto Book Award, the Evergreen
Forest of Reading Award, Edmund White Award for Debut Fiction, the Trillium Book Award; and longlisted for Canada Reads 2018. It made the “Best of 2017” list for the Globe and Mail, National Post, Quill and Quire, and CBC Books.