Debut Authors at TIFA 2018

As exciting as it is to see established and world-renowned writers take the stage at the Toronto International Festival of Authors, acquainting yourself with emerging authors can be equally thrilling. After all, you never know who might become the next big name in writing. For example, the Festival has hosted such authors as Miriam Toews, Jonathan Safran Foer and David Benioff (co-creator and showrunner of HBO’s Game of Thrones) while in the early stages their careers.

Here are some debut authors appearing at the 2018 Festival, who we think you should keep an eye on!

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World Voices: International Authors at TIFA 2018

One of the most exciting things about attending the Toronto International Festival of Authors is the rare opportunity to meet, learn and hear from authors from all around the world. This year’s Festival edition won’t disappoint, with a diverse lineup of voices and stories that transcend borders. Here are some names you’ll definitely want to catch this October!

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5 Books To Read By Indigenous Authors


This year marks the 25th anniversary of Kegedonce Press, “one of only three established Aboriginal publishers in Canada”. We’ve compiled a list of books from prominent Indigenous writers, all of which are just as enlightening as they are compelling. You won’t soon forget this cast of characters as they embark on quests for self-discovery and survival.

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A Day In the Life of University of Toronto Bookstore’s Brian C. Curran


Situated a stone’s throw away from Spadina and College Streets, the historic University of Toronto Bookstore building stands tall with pride. We’re here on a Monday morning to meet Brian Charles Curran (32), a man of many titles (manager, trade buyer and off-site events coordinator), who has promised to show us around the heritage building and its suite of services.

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