Join us on May 30th for a reading with Ontario author Linda Hutsell-Manning, whose writing career spans 35 years and includes an impressive variety of genres, including poetry, plays, TV, short fiction and novels.
Linda will read from and discuss her first literary novel for adults, That Summer in Franklin, which The Globe and Mail called “meticulously researched, and filled with accumulated wisdom, compassion and humour, a balanced and nuanced narrative.” That Summer in Franklin explores the lives of two best friends and the trauma and heartbreak of dealing with parents affected by dementia and alcoholism. Check out its beautiful book trailer:
Linda has also published poetry and short fiction in literary magazines and anthologies, including Quarry, lichen, Litwit, Prairie Journal of Canadian Literature, and Great Canadian Murder and Mystery Stories.
Doors open May 30th at 6:30pm for wine and refreshments, and the reading will being at 7pm in the Paul Singh room. For more info, visit this page. Hope to see you all there!