Four Montreal authors in the spotlight at JPL's Books & Booze event Sept. 22

The Jewish Public Library's Books & Booze series (formerly 'Reading Between the Wines') kicks off with a brunch with four Montreal authors discussing their writing method and the journey that brought their books to publication. The event takes place on Sunday September 22 from 11 am to 1 pm at the Jewish Public Library, 5151, ch. de la Côte-Ste-Catherine (metro station Côte-Ste-Catherine, bus 129). A light brunch will be served.

Featured panelists are Susan Doherty (Ghost Garden: Inside the lives of schizophrenia's feared and forgotten), Ann Lambert (The Birds That Stay), Mark Abley (The Organist: Fugues, Fatherhood, and a Fragile Mind) and JF Dubeau (A God in the Shed). This event is a collaboration with ARGO bookstore and includes a book sale and signing.

  • Presented by the Reuben Brainin Endowment Fund.
  • Tickets and info: 514-345-6416
  • $15 general admission (includes light brunch0; $10 JPL members (advance purchase) & students

Books & Booze is a JPL Next Generation series that invites authors to discuss relevant topics in a laid-back, intimate format. Previously featured speakers include local writers Ami Sands Brodoff, Su Sokol, Andrea Borod and Michelle Franklin, as well as international talent such as Gabrielle Zevin and Rachel Harris.

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