Happy Birthday, Toronto! Five of Toronto’s Oldest Independent Bookstores

This year, the City of Toronto is turning 185 years old and it's looking good for almost two centuries of existence. It's also important to note that Toronto sits on land occupied by Indigenous Peoples for thousands of years which include the Anishinaabe, the Haudenosaunee, the Wendat and the Mississaugas of the New Credit. It's part of the Dish with One Spoon territory, a treaty to peaceably share and protect this land, through friendship and respect. We can't imagine celebrating the city's literary scene without acknowledging the history of the land in which storytelling takes place.

In this special blog post, we featured some of the oldest bookstores who've watched the city change over the years including how and what we read. We also shout out bookstores who represent the feature of bookselling and the people who frequent them! 

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Toronto Authors Reveal Their Favourite Places to Read

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Daniel Perry, author of Nobody Looks That Young Here, at the Artful Dodger Pub

Ever wonder where authors read when they’re not writing? We asked Toronto-based authors Daniel Perry, Kim Moritsugu, Diane Flacks and Dominique Bernier-Cormier about their favourite reading habits and more.

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Toronto’s International Festival of Authors Returns with a Stellar Lineup of Celebrated and Emerging Authors!

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Toronto’s International Festival of Authors is proud to announce the authors participating in the 2017 festival!  The  IFOA takes place from October 19 to the 29th at the Harbourfront Center.  These eleven days are packed with readings, one-on-one interviews, thought-provoking panel discussions, special events and free book signings. Tickets go on sale on September 16th!

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