Festival News: New in 2012 – Tune into CIUT 89.5 for all day author interviews

In 2012, CIUT 89.5FM and The Word On The Street partnered to bring you all day Festival programming over the radio waves!

CIUT 89.5FM will be hosting author interviews, musical performances and giveaways from 1:00pm – 6:00pm on Festival Day! You are cordially invited to visit them on location in the Map Room in Hart House, University of Toronto on Festival day to watch the music acts and interviews live, or you can tune in on your radio at 89.5FM.

Here’s the rundown of the day:

  • 1:00pm: interview with Marjorie Celona, author of Y
  • 1:20pm: interview with Edward Keenan, author of Some Great Idea: Good Neighbourhoods, Crazy Politics and the Invention of Toronto
  • 1:40pm: MUSICAL ACT
  • 2:00pm: interview with Julie Wilson, author of Seen Reading
  • 2:20pm: interview with Ali Kazimi, author of Undersirables
  • 2:40pm: MUSICAL ACT
  • 3:00pm: interview with Jacob Richler, author of My Canada includes Foie Gras
  • 3:20pm: interview with Shane Peacock, author of Becoming Holmes
  • 3:40pm: MUSICAL ACT
  • 4:00pm: interview with Karleen Pendleton Jimenez, author of How to Get a Girl Pregnant
  • 4:20pm: interview with Miranda Hill, author of Sleeping Funny
  • 4:40pm: MUSICAL ACT
  • 5:00pm: interview with Cordelia Strube, author of Milosz
  • 5:20pm: interview with Tamara Faith Berger, author of Maidenhead
  • 5:40pm: MUSICAL ACT

All of these authors are also appearing in The Word On The Street’s author reading venues throughout Festival Day. Make sure to check out our digital Festival Program to plan which author sessions you want to attend this year.


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