BookFest Windsor 2014 #BFW14 in the news August 30

Thanks to Windsor Square!
http://www.windsorsquare.ca/archives/73607/scottish-crime-writer-to-visit-bookfest

And thanks to the Windsor Star!
http://blogs.windsorstar.com/entertainment/artbeat-good-news-from-scotland

Happy reading from the BookFest Windsor team. Sending Labour Day wishes to all members of unions in Windsor and Essex County.  Thank you for all your support of BookFest Windsor and the Arts.

 

Wednesday, August 27, 2014                          FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Crime-Writer Louise Welsh

Joins BookFest Windsor 2014

Louise Welsh: photo credit Steve Lindbridge

Louise Welsh: photo credit Steve Lindbridge

BookFest Windsor in partnership with the International Festival of Authors are pleased to announce that Scottish thriller writer Louise Welsh will be presenting her latest literary suspense fiction, the first “outbreak” in the Plague Times trilogy, A Lovely Way to Burn, at Bookfest Windsor 2014. 

This is Welsh’s sixth psychological thriller. Welsh has combined her expertise in history, a literary style, and her fascination with crime to produce a novel that has been dubbed a thrilling dystopian mystery and apocalyptic whodunnit. Her work has earned her an international reputation and long list of awards. As of December 2010, she is the Writer in Residence at Glasgow University and Glasgow School of Art.

When: October 25, 2014 at 1pm

Where: Capitol Theatre and Arts Centre, 121 University West, Windsor, Ontario N9A 5P4

Cost: $20/$5 students (for a full-day festival pass)

Tickets: Available Online at http://bookfestwindsor.com/tickets/, The Capitol Box Office, and The Windsor Public Library Main Branch

 

Links

Louise Welsh Official Website

 

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BookFest Windsor 2014 gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the City of Windsor’s Arts, Culture + Heritage Fund, the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts, Heritage Canada, the TD Bank Group and IFOA.

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For more information call Sarah at 519-253-7639, email info@bookfestwindsor.com

or visit www.bookfestwindsor.com
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Email: info@bookfestwindsor.com

 

                                                                    

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Wednesday, August 27, 2014                          FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Crime-Writer Louise Welsh

Joins BookFest Windsor 2014

BookFest Windsor in partnership with the International Festival of Authors are pleased to announce that Scottish thriller writer Louise Welsh will be presenting her latest literary suspense fiction, the first “outbreak” in the Plague Times trilogy, A Lovely Way to Burn, at Bookfest Windsor 2014. 

This is Welsh’s sixth psychological thriller. Welsh has combined her expertise in history, a literary style, and her fascination with crime to produce a novel that has been dubbed a thrilling dystopian mystery and apocalyptic whodunit. Her work has earned her an international reputation and long list of awards. As of December 2010, she is the Writer in Residence at Glasgow University and Glasgow School of Art.

When: October 25, 2014 at 1pm

Where: Capitol Theatre and Arts Centre, 121 University West, Windsor, Ontario N9A 5P4

Cost: $20/$5 students (for a full-day festival pass)

Tickets: Available Online at http://bookfestwindsor.com/tickets/, The Capitol Box Office, and The Windsor Public Library Main Branch

 

Links

Louise Welsh Official Website

IFOA

Interview With Louise Welsh in The Guardian

Review of Louise Welsh’s A Lovely Way to Burn in The Guardian

                                                                                                                            

BookFest Windsor 2014 gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the City of Windsor’s Arts, Culture + Heritage Fund, the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts, Heritage Canada, the TD Bank Group and IFOA.

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For more information call Sarah at 519-253-7639, email info@bookfestwindsor.com

or visit www.bookfestwindsor.com

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