Kate Cayley is participating in BookFest this year. Her first collection of poetry, When This World Comes to an End, was recently published by Brick Books. She is a playwright-in-residence at Tarragon Theatre. She has also written a young adult novel, The Hangman in the Mirror (Annick Press). Her poems and short stories have appeared in various literary magazines. Her first collection of short stories, How You Were Born, will be published next fall by Pedlar Press.

Kate Cayley is participating in BookFest this year. Her first collection of poetry, When This World Comes to an End, was recently published by Brick Books. She is a playwright-in-residence at Tarragon Theatre. She has also written a young adult novel, The Hangman in the Mirror (Annick Press). Her poems and short stories have appeared in various literary magazines. Her first collection of short stories, How You Were Born, will be published next fall by Pedlar Press.

Martha Martin has four published nonfiction books for children, including her recent book, D-Day, for the Crabtree Chrome series. She has written extensively for the magazine The Teaching Librarian. Recently she cut back on her other writing to work on her first love, fiction. She has written three picture books and a humorous young adult novel, which are currently out for submission. She will be participating in BookFest Windsor this year.

Martha Martin has four published nonfiction books for children, including her recent book, D-Day, for the Crabtree Chrome series. She has written extensively for the magazine The Teaching Librarian. Recently she cut back on her other writing to work on her first love, fiction. She has written three picture books and a humorous young adult novel, which are currently out for submission. She will be participating in BookFest Windsor this year.

Michael Connelly  BOOKS READ:  •	Lincoln Lawyer (movie too)  • The Brass Verdict  •	The Reversal  • The Fifth Witness  • The Closers • The Drop • Echo Park  • The Scarecrow  • The Narrows • The Poet • Blood Work • A Darkness More than Night • The Last Coyote • Trunk Music • Concrete Blonde • Angels Flight • Black Echo • Lost Light • The Overlook •  Nine Dragons • Black Ice• Chasing the Dime  • The Black Box • The God's of Guilt

Michael Connelly BOOKS READ: • Lincoln Lawyer (movie too) • The Brass Verdict • The Reversal • The Fifth Witness • The Closers • The Drop • Echo Park • The Scarecrow • The Narrows • The Poet • Blood Work • A Darkness More than Night • The Last Coyote • Trunk Music • Concrete Blonde • Angels Flight • Black Echo • Lost Light • The Overlook • Nine Dragons • Black Ice• Chasing the Dime • The Black Box • The God's of Guilt

Richard Wagamese is one of Canada's foremost Native authors and storytellers. His new novel is Indian Horse, which has been been shortlisted for the Burt Award for First Nations, Metis & Inuit Literature, named Grant MacEwan University’s Book of the Year, First Nations Libraries Book of the Year, Wilfred Laurier University’s Book of the Year and Wagamese receives the 2013 Molson Prize in the Arts in Waterloo, Ontario, on September 17th. He will be participating in BookFest Windsor this year.

Richard Wagamese is one of Canada's foremost Native authors and storytellers. His new novel is Indian Horse, which has been been shortlisted for the Burt Award for First Nations, Metis & Inuit Literature, named Grant MacEwan University’s Book of the Year, First Nations Libraries Book of the Year, Wilfred Laurier University’s Book of the Year and Wagamese receives the 2013 Molson Prize in the Arts in Waterloo, Ontario, on September 17th. He will be participating in BookFest Windsor this year.

Interview with @KennethOppel. One of Canada’s leading authors for #YA. His Silverwing series about the adventures of migrating bats captivated a generation of readers and earned him the Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children Award in both 1998 and 2000. In 2004, Ken won the Governor General’s Literary Award for Children’s Literature with his novel Airborn. Kenneth Oppel Picture (credit Jim Gillett).jpg

Interview with @KennethOppel. One of Canada’s leading authors for #YA. His Silverwing series about the adventures of migrating bats captivated a generation of readers and earned him the Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children Award in both 1998 and 2000. In 2004, Ken won the Governor General’s Literary Award for Children’s Literature with his novel Airborn. Kenneth Oppel Picture (credit Jim Gillett).jpg

His Dark Materials Trilogy is a welcome atheist response to the Christ-allegories of Narnia

His Dark Materials Trilogy is a welcome atheist response to the Christ-allegories of Narnia

Michael Januska is a participating author at BookFest this year. He is an award-winning crime fiction writer whose works include numerous short stories as well as the recent novel Riverside Drive, part of the Border City Blues series set in Windsor.

Michael Januska is a participating author at BookFest this year. He is an award-winning crime fiction writer whose works include numerous short stories as well as the recent novel Riverside Drive, part of the Border City Blues series set in Windsor.

David Homel's material ranges widely, from a recent novel, The Speaking Cure, describing the personal and political tumult of war, to Midway, a piece of domestic fiction set in Montreal, to his books for kids, Travels with My Family and On the Road Again! More Travels with My Family. He will be a participating author in BookFest Windsor this fall.

David Homel's material ranges widely, from a recent novel, The Speaking Cure, describing the personal and political tumult of war, to Midway, a piece of domestic fiction set in Montreal, to his books for kids, Travels with My Family and On the Road Again! More Travels with My Family. He will be a participating author in BookFest Windsor this fall.

Kate Mosse: my skill is storytelling, not literary fiction

Kate Mosse: my skill is storytelling, not literary fiction

The bestselling author explains how, through creativity and connecting with readers, novelists can still thrive in a digital age

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