We are relaunching Junction Reads in a brand new virtual way! Online, Live and Interactive! We will know where and how once I figure out the technical side of things!

On December 6, 2020 at 5:00pm, we will be joined by Farzana Doctor, who will be talking about her latest novel, Seven. We are thrilled to have Farzana back on our ‘stage’ sharing her insightful and always brilliant thoughts and ideas about writing and reading! She is one of the best readers we have ever had, so we’re thrilled.

Get your calendars out and jot down these dates for 2021!

January 17: Beck Blake will join us to read from her debut novel, Proof I Was Here from Wolsak & Wynn

January 31: Faye Guenther comes to Junction Reads with her collection of short stories, Swimmers in Winter from Invisible Publishing.

February 7: The funny and fantastic Jess Taylor returns to JR with her latest collection of short stories, Just Pervs from BookHug Press.

February 21: The fantastic Brent van Staalduinen returns to us with the second novel he’s had published this past year, Nothing but Life from Dundurn Press.

March 7: Aparna Kaji Shah returns with bonus readings from her collection The Scent of Mogra and Other Stories, published by Inanna Publications.

March 21: Sharon Kirsch shares The Smallest Objective, a book of narrative non-fiction from New Star Books.

April 11: Sarah Kurchak joins us with her enlightening memoir, I Overcame My Autism and All I Got Was This Lousy Anxiety Disorder. From Douglas & McIntyre.

April 25: The funny and super talented Marissa Stapley joins us for what promises to be an intimate and funny evening. She will share readings from Lucky, her forthcoming novel (released April 2021) from Simon and Schuster.

May 16: I am so excited to interview Nora Decter who will shares words and thoughts about her debut novel, How Far We Go and How Fast from Orca Book Publishers.

May 30: Julia Zarankin will read from her memoir Field Notes from an Unintentional Birder, from Douglas & McIntyre

June 13: Darrel J. McLeod joins us with his book Mamaskatch, a memoir about growing up in Alberta. From Douglas & McIntyre.

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