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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