IFOA Markham 2013: What’s it all about?

IFOA Markham is an event organized by the Markham Arts Council, a non-profit organization in Markham that focuses on supporting, promoting and fostering the arts in our community. Each year, IFOA Markham has been held in different locations across Markham. IFOA 2011 took place at the Markham Museum and featured authors Francisco Goldman, Shilpi Somaya Gowda, Dany Laferriere, and Bharati Mukherjee (host: Thom Ernst).  IFOA 2012 was held at Flato Markham Theatre and featured Ayesha Chatterjee, Marjorie Celona, Chan Koonchung and Giller-winner Vincent Lam (host: Bert Archer).

This year, Markham Arts Council is proud to host IFOA Markham at the newly inaugurated Cornell Community Centre and Library- and we’re thrilled to celebrate women’s literature with an all-female lineup of authors: Janie Chang,  Lauren B. Davis, (Dame) Margaret Drabble and Nicole Lundrigan (hosted by Bert Archer).

The Third Annual International Festival of Authors 2013

An evening of delicious food and drink, stellar author readings and book signings, a curated literary exhibit and much much more.

  Friday November 1st, 2013,

Cornell Community Centre and Library (3201 Bur Oak Ave, Markham)

The evening will begin at 6:30pm  (doors open at 6pm) with a Meet & Greet the Authors Reception, followed by readings and book signings. 

($50.00)

If guests prefer to only attend the readings, they can opt for the readings-only ticket, and arrive at 8pm for a night of stories we won’t soon forget!

($18.00)

TICKET INFORMATION TO BE RELEASED SHORTLY. 

Questions or concerns? Please let us know below!

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