As a one-time publicist and a forever fan of books and reading, I can’t speak highly enough about Blue Heron Books and the community it rallies around visiting authors who, truly, are treated like celebrities. It’s no exaggeration to say that as someone who has attended her fair share of readings, Blue Heron’s are among the most magical and engaging. —
Books and Brunch with Mary Lawson (interviewed by Barb Pratt) – Nov. 17th 2013
2013 Books and Authors Night
Blood runs red through all of us and carries the same life-giving energy to every human being. We’ve learned a lot about the science of blood, but it is as complex and mysterious as ever. Culturally, blood has a mystique all its own, and what it stands for – tribe, family, race, gender – has divided us since the beginning of time.
Blood pulses through our religions, through literature and the visual arts, and every time it pools or spills, we learn a little more about what brings human beings together and what divides us.
Renowned author Lawrence Hill takes us on a fascinating journey through the story of blood. Check out what the Globe and Mail had to say about Blood: The Stuff of Life
Wooden Sticks Golf Club,
Tuesday, October 8th
7 – 9 pm
(Part of our Series of Fortunate (literary) Events – check out the passport here.
Temple Grandin and the Durham Region Cattlemen’s Association Event
October Book Club
Book Club Favourite…