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Lydia Kwa & Andrew Pyper: Readings & Conversation

Drop in for readings and a conversation with authors Lydia Kwa and Andrew Pyper. In partnership with the Winnipeg International Writers Festival with funding from the Winnipeg Public Library Board.

Lydia Kwa is the author of the novels Oracle Bone, This Place Called Absence (shortlisted for the Books in Canada First Novel Award), The Walking Boy (shortlisted for the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize), and Pulse, as well as two books of poetry. She lives and works in Vancouver as a writer and psychologist.

Andrew Pyper is the author of the national bestseller The Only Child and six previous novels, including The Demonologist, which won the International Thriller Writers award for Best Hardcover Novel and was selected for The Globe and Mail’s Best 100 Books of 2013. His latest novel is The Homecoming. He lives in Toronto.

Millennium Library
Friday, June 7, 2019
4:30PM - 6:00PM
Carol Shields Auditorium
For Adults For Seniors
Maker Leisure & Craft

Registration info:
Open event - drop in!

Call 204-986-6450 for more details

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