Three days, hundreds of writers, scores of booths? Here are some suggestions for what to see at the inaugural festival.
Check out the Main Stage on Friday (November 14) at 6 pm, when NOW stage and film editor Glenn Sumi interviews comic Jim Gaffigan, author of Food: A Love Story.
You might just want to park yourself at the Main Stage Saturday (November 15) during the afternoon. Anne Rice is there at noon, William Gibson at 1 pm, Kathy Reichs at 2 pm and Margaret Atwood at 3 pm.
Find me Sunday morning (November 16) at the Discovery Stage, when I’ll be hosting the Woman Interrupted event at 10:30 am with Alisha Piercy, Ursula Pflug and Phyllis Rudin, and talking to Christine Becker at noon and Molly Peacock at 12:30 pm.
Also on Sunday, Reneltta Arluk, Lee Maracle, Daniel David Moses and Yvette Nolan discuss indigenous theatre, 2 pm at the First Nations, Metis & Inuit Circle.
Later that day Robyn Doolittle talks about Rob Ford on the Discovery Stage at 3 pm.