Tuesday, November 5, 2019 - 7:00 PM
Reading: Lit On Tour

Thunder Bay Art Gallery

1080 Keewatin St.
Thunder Bay P7B 6T7
Cost: $15

Award-winning Norwegian author Rune Christiansen (Fanny and the Mystery in the Grieving Forest) is joined by journalist and debut author Ann Hui (Chop Suey Nation: The Legion Cafe and Other Stories from Canada’s Chinese Restaurants) in a reading from their latest books. Hosted by Lisa Laco.

Tickets are also available in person at the Thunder Bay Public Library.

Presented in partnership with Thunder Bay Public Library, Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Northern Ontario Writers’ Workshop (NOWW) and Lakehead University. This event has been financially assisted by the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund, a program of the Government of Ontario through the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, administered by the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund Corporation. We would also like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.

  

    


Participants

  • Rune Christansen

    Rune Christiansen is a Norwegian poet and novelist. One of Norway’s most important literary writers, he is the author of more than 20 books of fiction, poetry and nonfiction. He has won many prestigious awards, including the 2014 Brage Prize for his bestselling novel, The Loneliness in Lydia Erneman’s Life. Fanny and the Mystery in the Grieving Forest, translated by Kari Dickson, was a finalist for the 2017 Brage Prize, and is his first book to appear in English. Christiansen is also a professor of creative writing. Rune lives just outside of Oslo, Norway. His appearance is supported by NORLA - Norwegian Literature Abroad.

  • Ann Hui

    Ann Hui has been The Globe and Mail’s national food reporter since 2015. Her work has included investigations into the role of lobbying in the development of Canada’s Food Guide, and a 2018 story that uncovered widespread sexual harassment in one of the country’s most prominent wineries. Previously, she covered Toronto politics and national news.  Hui has written for The Walrus, National Post, Toronto Star and Victoria Times Colonist and has twice been nominated for National Newspaper Awards. She has a master of journalism from Ryerson University and a bachelor of arts from the University of British Columbia.