Thursday, October 26, 2017 - 7:30 PM
Reading: Lit On Tour

Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts

Two Bay Street
Parry Sound P2A 1S3
Cost: $15

Esteemed authors Catherine Chidgey, Bianca Marais, Kathleen Winter will be in Parry Sound to read from their latest works. Do not miss them!

Tickets can be purchased through the Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts.

This event is presented in partnership with the Literary Arts Parry Sound committee and:




  • Catherine Chidgey

    Catherine Chidgey was born in 1970. She has degrees in creative writing, psychology and German literature, and lived for two years in Berlin. Her debut novel, In a Fishbone Church won the South East Asia and Pacific Region Prize in the Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best First Novel, a Betty Trask Prize and was longlisted for the Orange Prize. Her second novel, Golden Deeds, was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, followed by The Transformation in 2006. Chidgey lives in Ngaruawahia, New Zealand. She presents The Wish Child. Supported by Creative New Zealand.

  • Bianca Marais

    Bianca Marais holds a Certificate in Creative Writing from the University of Toronto’s SCS, and her work has been published in World Enough and Crime. Before turning to writing, she started a corporate training company and volunteered with Cotlands, where she assisted care workers in Soweto with providing aid for HIV/AIDS orphans. Originally from South Africa, she now resides in Toronto with her husband. She presents Hum If You Don't Know The Words.

  • Kathleen Winter

    Kathleen Winter’s  novel, Annabel, was shortlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize, the Governor General's Literary Award, the Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize, the First Novel Award, the Orange Prize, and numerous other awards. It was also a Globe and Mail "Best Book," a New York Times "Notable" book, a Quill & Quire "Book of the Year" and #1 bestseller in Canada. It has been published and translated worldwide. Her Arctic memoir Boundless (2014) was shortlisted for Canada's Weston and Taylor non-fiction prizes, and has been sold internationally. Born in the UK, Winter lives in Montreal after many years in Newfoundland. She presents Lost In September.