International Festival Of Authors

Thursday, October 19 Catch sharp-tongued Candace Bushnell (see interview, this page) on a readings slate with feminist phantasmagorist Marcella Serrano and.


Thursday, October 19

Catch sharp-tongued Candace Bushnell (see interview, this page) on a readings slate with feminist phantasmagorist Marcella Serrano and Scottish export Ali Smith. 8 pm. Premiere Dance Theatre.

Friday, October 20

Who can resist the idea of Mordecai Richler being interviewed by son Daniel Richler? 9 pm. Lakeside Terrace.

Saturday, October 21

Check out readings by Chinese dissident Bei Dao, India-born Amitav Ghosh and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Philip Levine. 8 pm. Brigantine Room.

Sunday, October 22

India’s Anita Desai, Floridian David Leavitt (see interview, page 62) and Japanese heavyweight Hikaru Okuizumi read from new work. 8 pm. Premiere Dance Theatre.

Monday, October 23

Cuban exile Rene Vazquez Diaz (see interview, page 62) reads alongside imagist Elisabeth Harvor and the legendary W.P. Kinsella. 8 pm. Brigantine Room.

Tuesday, October 24

Local Renaissance guy Evan Solomon gets into it with uber-intellectual Susan Sontag. 9 pm. Premiere Dance Theatre.

Wednesday, October 25

Irish light Maeve Binchy reads with Canada’s Elizabeth Hay and UK expat living in Italy Amanda Prantera. 8 pm. Premiere Dance Theatre. Rating: NNNNN

Thursday, October 19

Catch sharp-tongued Candace Bushnell (see interview, this page) on a readings slate with feminist phantasmagorist Marcella Serrano and Scottish export Ali Smith. 8 pm. Premiere Dance Theatre.

Friday, October 20

Who can resist the idea of Mordecai Richler being interviewed by son Daniel Richler? 9 pm. Lakeside Terrace.

Saturday, October 21

Check out readings by Chinese dissident Bei Dao, India-born Amitav Ghosh and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Philip Levine. 8 pm. Brigantine Room.

Sunday, October 22

India’s Anita Desai, Floridian David Leavitt (see interview, page 62) and Japanese heavyweight Hikaru Okuizumi read from new work. 8 pm. Premiere Dance Theatre.

Monday, October 23

Cuban exile Rene Vazquez Diaz (see interview, page 62) reads alongside imagist Elisabeth Harvor and the legendary W.P. Kinsella. 8 pm. Brigantine Room.

Tuesday, October 24

Local Renaissance guy Evan Solomon gets into it with uber-intellectual Susan Sontag. 9 pm. Premiere Dance Theatre.

Wednesday, October 25

Irish light Maeve Binchy reads with Canada’s Elizabeth Hay and UK expat living in Italy Amanda Prantera. 8 pm. Premiere Dance Theatre. This Week’s Day by Day Tips

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