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Bookmark This! December 11th - 17th, 2007


You can tell every one is out spreading holiday cheer... or shopping! There are still a few notable book events happening this week, though...

Tuesday, December 11th:

Indigo presents bestselling author Mitch Albom (Tuesdays With Morrie), signing copies of his latest novel, For One More Day.
Indigo Richmond Hill. 12pm. Free.

The Royal St. George's College presents Great Canadian Road Trips, to support the Trans-Canada Trail, with reading by Roy Macgregor (The Canadians), Ray Robertson (What Happened Later) and 2007 Giller nominee Michael Winter (The Architects Are Here).
St. Alban's Chapel, Royal St. George's College. 7:30pm. $10. Register for this event HERE.

The Art Bar Poetry Series presents The Dead Poets Society, with guest host David Clink. Enjoy readings of famous works from A.R. Ammons, Margaret Avison, Irving Layton, William Mathews, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Dorothy Parker, Dylan Thomas, Paul Zweig (to name a few), by noted Toronto poets.
Clinton's. 8pm. Free.

More events after the jump...

Wednesday, December 12th:

Award-winning Cape Breton author David Doucette will entertain and read from his latest novel, North of Smokey.
Gladstone Hotel Art Bar. 7pm. Free.

Thursday, December 13th:

Coach House authors Margaret Christakos (Sooner) and Peter McPhee (Running Unconscious) are two of four readers at this month's Toronto WordStage reading. Also featuring musician-author-hockey player Dave Bidini and Paul Zemokhol.
Cervejaria. 7:30pm. Free.

Friday, December 14th:

BookThug (publisher of chapbook BafterC) is celebrating the launch of two new and much anticipated titles, White Porcupine by Phil Hall and Codes of Public Sleep by Camille Martin.
Gladstone Hotel Art Bar. 7pm. Free.

Gil Adamson (The Outlander), Jessica Westhead (Pulpy and Midge), and Andreas Gripp (Angel Clare) read at the IV Lounge Reading Series.
IV Lounge. 8pm. Free.


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