It’s fall, so lots of stuff is goin’ down — and I’m not just talkin’ leaves, man. Literary events abound, and if you want to connect in person, here’s where I’ll be in the next little while:
From North Van City librarian Heidi Schiller:
North Shore Stories is back! This time, we are featuring storytellers from the North Shore Storytelling Project, who will share their experiences as immigrants and/or refugees, on Friday, Sept. 27th. For more info and to register, visit: northshorestoriesseptember2013.eventbrite.com
I’ll be emceeing this event as my alter-ego, the North Shore Culture Days Ninja writer. It’ll be fun — come out and share your story!
Sunday, September 29th I’ll be down at Library Square in downtown Vancouver for the whole day. [It’s supposed to rain, so come keep me company, okay?] I’ll be hanging out at the SiWC booth, hopefully tucked under the overhanging walls of the library, and later in the afternoon I’ll be emceeing again, this time in the Kids Tent for writers from 4 ’til 5 pm.
That same day, I’ll be appearing [in absentia, but my books will be there!] at the Lions Bay Culture Days event down at Lions Bay Beach Park.
As I said, lots going down. Hoping it’s not only raindrops — see you there!