Nothing Will Be Different: Tara McGowan-Ross

Tara McGowan-Ross and Stacey May Fowles

Nothing Will Be Different: Tara McGowan-Ross

Tara McGowan-Ross and Stacey May Fowles

3:00pm

Tuesday, October 26, 2021

On her 27th birthday, Tara discovered a lump in her left breast. After a series of terrible choices and bad mistakes, she found herself on a journey of self-discovery and self-reflection while awaiting her diagnosis. Don’t miss Tara McGowan-Ross‘s brutally honest conversation about her life, as depicted in the memoir Nothing Will Be Different, and learn what it means to learn to live “before getting ready to die.”

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On her 27th birthday, Tara discovered a lump in her left breast. After a series of terrible choices and bad mistakes, she found herself on a journey of self-discovery and self-reflection while awaiting her diagnosis. Don’t miss Tara McGowan-Ross‘s brutally honest conversation about her life, as depicted in the memoir Nothing Will Be Different, and learn what it means to learn to live “before getting ready to die.”

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Tara McGowan-Ross is an urban Mi’kmaw multidisciplinary artist and writer. She is the host of Drawn & Quarterly’s Indigenous Literatures Book Club, a critic of experimental and independent Montreal theatre and an editor for Insomniac Press. She is the author of Girth and Scorpion Season. She lives in Montreal.

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Stacey May Fowles is an award-winning journalist, essayist and author of four books. Her bylines include The Globe and Mail, Elle Canada, Toronto Life, The Walrus, Vice, Hazlitt, Quill and Quire, Reader’s Digest and many others. Her most recent book, Baseball Life Advice, was published by McClelland & Stewart in spring 2017, was a national bestseller and was selected by The Globe and Mail and Maisonneuve as a best book of the year. Fowles recently co-edited the forthcoming anthology Good Mom on Paper (book*hug) and her children’s book, The Invitation, will be released with Groundwood Books in 2023.

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3:00pm

Tuesday, October 26, 2021

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