Quebec City, March 19, 2014 – The Morrin Centre’s fifth annual writers’ festival includes both well-established and newly-acclaimed authors, including Miriam Toews, winner of a Governor General’s Award and the Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize, who will be reading from her yet-to-be-released novel, All My Puny Sorrows; Terry Fallis, winner of two Stephen Leacock medals for humour and whose first novel, The Best Laid Plans, has been adapted for TV in a new CBC mini-series; Jonathan Goldstein, host of CBC Radio’s Wiretap; celebrated food critic Jacob Richler; historical fiction writer and winner of the Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize, Annabel Lyon; and many others whose readings and discussions will touch on themes such as the environment, translation as an art form, family secrets, identity and poetry.
Sponsored in part by La Maison Anglaise et Internationale bookstore and Le Soleil, the Morrin Centre’s fifth annual English-language writers’ festival will be held from April 9 to 13, 2014. ImagiNation contributes year after year to helping the general public become better acquainted with Canadian authors through public discussions, readings and performances.
The Morrin Centre would like to thank its partners, namely Canadian Heritage, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Entente de développement culturel (a partnership between the City of Quebec and the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications), the Centre local de développement de Québec and the Canada Council for the Arts.
The complete program is available at www.morrin.org/imagination.
Please contact Elizabeth Perreault for interview requests with the authors or organizers at 418-694-9147 or email@example.com.