Appearances

Wednes­day, August 10, 2016, 7:00pm — McNal­ly Robin­son Book­sellers

ChiS­eries Win­nipeg! The launch of Super­hero Uni­verse: Tesser­acts Nine­teen (EDGE Sci­ence Fic­tion and Fan­ta­sy).

ChiS­eries Win­nipeg is proud to present a spe­cial read­ing event spot­light­ing Super­hero Uni­verse: Tesser­acts Nine­teen, with three read­ers fea­tured in EDGE’s most recent spec fic anthol­o­gy of orig­i­nal fic­tion. ChiS­eries co-host Chad­wick Ginther will appear as a read­er rather than host, along­side local writer David Perl­mut­ter and vis­it­ing author Corey Redekop. S.M. Beiko will host. As usu­al, the event is free to the pub­lic and open for dona­tions. All dona­tions col­lect­ed go towards pay­ing the read­ers. Check out the Face­book Event Page here.

McNal­ly Robin­son Book­sellers, Grant Park Mall, 1120 Grant Avenue, Win­nipeg, MB

PAST EVENTS

Wednes­day, May 25, 2015, 7:30pm — McNal­ly Robin­son Book­sellers

The Win­nipeg launch of The Exile Book of New Cana­di­an Noir (Exile Edi­tions).

Noir has nev­er been a genre so much as a tone, an over­lay, a mood, and this anthol­o­gy resists the temp­ta­tion to define what is meant by noir – edi­tors Claude Lalu­mière and David Nick­le were more inter­est­ed in what it meant to Cana­di­an writ­ers. In New Cana­di­an Noir the full spec­trum of the noir esthet­ic is explored and Mon­tre­al, Toron­to, Van­cou­ver, Hal­i­fax and Cal­gary pro­vide loca­tion – with regions like Nunavut and the Okana­gan Val­ley as nat­ur­al set­tings. Authors Kei­th Cadieux, Chad­wick Ginther, and Corey Redekop will read from their short sto­ries, and maybe wear fedo­ras.

McNal­ly Robin­son Book­sellers, Grant Park Mall, 1120 Grant Avenue, Win­nipeg, MB

Wednes­day, Oct 60, 2013, 6:30pm — Things That Go Bump, (Ottawa Writ­ers Fes­ti­val)

There’s some­thing mov­ing in the shad­ows, the tin­gle of being watched, some­thing not quite human reach­ing for us as we sleep.  Why are we so fas­ci­nat­ed by the very things that ter­ri­fy us? Join three authors — Carsten Stroud, Corey Redekop, and Andrew Pyper — who delight in our dread, for a taste of their work and a con­ver­sa­tion on anx­i­ety, the thrill of pan­ic and what our fears can teach us.

Gen­er­al admis­sion: $15.00/$20.00 onsite. Pur­chase tick­ets here.

Knox Pres­by­ter­ian Church, 120 Lis­gar Street (at Elgin), Ottawa, ON

Mon­day, Sept 30, 2013, 2pm — The Hun­dred Sto­ry Wood Work­shop (Eden Mills Writ­ers Fes­ti­val)

A day of writ­ing work­shops unit­ing Cana­di­an authors and high school stu­dents. $35 per stu­dent, includes lunch. Enrol­ment is lim­it­ed, so reg­is­ter today! Full details here.

St. John’s-Kilmarnock School, 2201 Shantz Sta­tion Road, Water­loo Region (Bres­lau), ON

Sun­day, Sept 29, 2013, 2pm — Read­ing, Glad Day Book­shop

I’ll be stop­ping in Toron­to for a vis­it to the Glad Day Book­shop, a huge pro­mot­er of Husk and thus my favourite place of all time even though I’ve nev­er been! Look­ing for­ward to it, though! I’ll read, sign books, chat about what­ev­er you want, walk your dog or cat (please: no fer­rets), and pret­ty much do any and all things to make you fall in love with me. ADDED BONUS: Chris­t­ian Baines, author of The Beast With­out, will be read­ing as well. Dou­ble your chances, for fun!

Glad Day Book­shop, 598a Yonge St, Toron­to, ON

Sat­ur­day, Sept 28, 2013, 2:30pm — Born Weird (Kingston Writ­ers­Fest)

Sur­re­al­ism makes a come­back! In the rev­o­lu­tion­ary, free-asso­ci­at­ing spir­it of Magritte and Dali, three Cana­di­ans turn their wit and imag­i­na­tion to the absur­di­ty of human expe­ri­ence. Poet Jason Her­oux sees noon as a mid-life cri­sis in his col­lec­tion Nat­ur­al Cap­i­tal. In Born Weird, Andrew Kauf­man fol­lows the five Weird sib­lings who seek to lift the curs­es they received as bless­ings at birth. And Corey Redekop grafts deep soci­etal issues onto an increas­ing­ly sil­ly sto­ry about zom­bies with a con­science in Husk.

This event is sup­port­ed by the New Brunswick Arts Board.
Cette activ­ité est soutenue par le Con­seil des arts du Nou­veau-Brunswick.

Gen­er­al admis­sion: $13.50/$17.00 onsite. Pur­chase tick­ets here.

Belle­vue South, Hol­i­day Inn, 2 Princess Street, Kingston, ON

Fri­day, Sept 27, 2013, 4:30pm — Writ­ing the Sur­re­al (Kingston Writ­ers­Fest)

Look­ing to add a lit­tle bizarro to your sto­ries? Won­der­ing how far you can stretch the strange? Seek­ing to add some extra je ne sais quoi to your I-don’t-know-what? This mas­ter class led by mas­ter of the strange Corey Redekop offers prac­ti­cal advice on writ­ing sto­ries that are slight­ly beyond the stan­dard and that bring the unusu­al to the usu­al lit­er­ary fare.

This event is sup­port­ed by the New Brunswick Arts Board.
Cette activ­ité est soutenue par le Con­seil des arts du Nou­veau-Brunswick.

Gen­er­al admis­sion: $30.00/$35.00 onsite
Lim­it­ed enroll­ment. Pur­chase tick­ets here.

Martel­lo Room, Hol­i­day Inn, 2 Princess Street, Kingston, ON

Thurs­day, Sept 26, 2013, 2:30pm — In Oth­er Worlds (Kingston Writ­ers­Fest)

Self-repli­cat­ing humanoids, Pigoons, the liv­ing dead: join three oth­er­world­ly writ­ers in their wild­ly inven­tive and weird­ly famil­iar worlds. Made­line Ash­by’s iD is the sec­ond in her Machine Dynasty series about self-repli­cat­ing humanoids, Rap­ture sects, and giant squids. Mar­garet Atwood’s Mad­dAd­dam com­pletes her dystopic tril­o­gy, bring­ing togeth­er the Crak­ers and God’s Gar­den­ers in a final bat­tle against CorpseC­orps. In Corey Redekop’s Husk, a zom­bie strug­gles to bal­ance fam­i­ly, career, and can­ni­bal­ism. Adven­ture sto­ries or win­dows to the future? Come spec­u­late with the best. Mod­er­at­ed by Sarah Tsiang.

This event is sup­port­ed by the New Brunswick Arts Board.
Cette activ­ité est soutenue par le Con­seil des arts du Nou­veau-Brunswick.

Gen­er­al admis­sion: $13.50/$17.00 onsite
High-school stu­dents: $5.00/$8.00 onsite. Pur­chase tick­ets here.

Belle­vue South, Hol­i­day Inn, 2 Princess Street, Kingston, ON

Thurs­day, Sept 26, 2013, 10:45am — Writ­ing Zom­bies (Kingston Writ­ers­Fest)

Do you have a mon­ster inside you that’s dying to get out? Want to let it breathe (on paper, at least)? This teen mas­ter class with award-win­ning writer and zom­bie cre­ator Corey Redekop offers con­struc­tive tips on how to make your cre­ation – be it alien, were­wolf, zom­bie, yeti, or some­thing not yet imag­ined – walk and talk, what to feed it, how to dress it, or not. Come and dis­cov­er how to bring out the best in your beast.

This event is sup­port­ed by the New Brunswick Arts Board.
Cette activ­ité est soutenue par le Con­seil des arts du Nou­veau-Brunswick.

High-school stu­dents: $10.00/$13.50 onsite
For teens only. Lim­it­ed enroll­ment. Pur­chase tick­ets here.

Martel­lo Room, Hol­i­day Inn, 2 Princess Street, Kingston, ON

Tues­day, Novem­ber 6, 2012, 7:30pm — This Ain’t Your Daddy’s Book Tour!
Author tour with Chris Gud­geon (Song of Koso­vo) and Bar­ry Web­ster (The Lava in my Bones)
Wilser’s Room, 366 Queen Street, Fred­er­ic­ton, NB
Mon­day, Novem­ber 5, 2012, 7pm — This Ain’t Your Daddy’s Book Tour!
Author tour with Chris Gud­geon (Song of Koso­vo), Bar­ry Web­ster (The Lava in my Bones), and Ian Col­ford (The Crimes of Hec­tor Tomás)
The Com­pa­ny House, 2202 Got­tin­gen Street, Hal­i­fax, NS
Fri­day, Novem­ber 2, 2012, 7pm — This Ain’t Your Daddy’s Book Tour!
Author tour with Chris Gud­geon (Song of Koso­vo), Bar­ry Web­ster (The Lava in my Bones), and Ian Col­ford (The Crimes of Hec­tor Tomás)
Inter­Ac­tion School of Per­form­ing Arts, 228 Ger­main Street, Saint John, NB
Thurs­day, Novem­ber 1, 2012, 7pm — This Ain’t Your Daddy’s Book Tour!
Author tour with Chris Gud­geon (Song of Koso­vo), Bar­ry Web­ster (The Lava in my Bones), and Ian Col­ford (The Crimes of Hec­tor Tomás)
Navigator’s Pub, 191 Robin­son Street, Monc­ton, NB
Sat­ur­day, Octo­ber 27, 2012, 12pm — Inter­na­tion­al Fes­ti­val of Authors
Brig­an­tine Room, Har­bourfront Cen­tre, 235 Queens Quay West, Toron­to, ON
Thurs­day, Octo­ber 25, 2012, 8pm — Inter­na­tion­al Fes­ti­val of Authors
Brig­an­tine Room, Har­bourfront Cen­tre, 235 Queens Quay West, Toron­to, ON
Wednes­day, Octo­ber 10, 2012, 7 pm — Offi­cial Launch
Alden Nowl­an House, 676 Wind­sor St., Fred­er­ic­ton, NB
Sat­ur­day, Sep­tem­ber 22, 2012, 8pm — THIN AIR Inter­na­tion­al Writ­ers Fes­ti­val
Win­nipeg Free Press New Cafe, 237 McDer­mot, Win­nipeg, MB
Fri­day, Sep­tem­ber 21, 2012, 7:30pm - THIN AIR Inter­na­tion­al Writ­ers Fes­ti­val
Evans The­atre, Bran­don Uni­ver­si­ty, Bran­don, MB
 

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