Amazon.ca Bestsellers Stage at The Word On The Street

With 15 programming stages, over 200 authors and presenters, and hundreds of book and magazine vendors in the exhibitor marketplace, it’s a sad fact that it’s just not possible to see it all in person at The Word On The Street Toronto.

But we have great news for those who missed the action at the Amazon.ca Bestsellers Stage on Sunday September 21st. We’re pleased to share with you footage of four of the programming segments that appeared on the stage this year. Sit back and enjoy these fascinating conversations and readings!


Spring Stars

Authors Claire Cameron (The Bear), Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer (All the Broken Things), Sean Michaels (Us Conductors), and Shani Mootoo (Moving Forward Sideways Like a Crab) come together for a roundtable discussion of their spring successes, hosted by Chatelaine Books Editor Laurie Grassi.



Horror and History: Tales from the Dark

Some of the best genre fiction writers from Canada come together to bring their dark tales to life. John McFetridge (Black Rock: An Eddie Dougherty Mystery), Andrew Pyper (The Demonologist), Russell Wangersky (Walt), and Jeffrey Round (Pumpkin Eater) share their thoughts on how to write horror and history to keep you on the edge of your seat. Hosted by The Globe and Mail‘s arts editor, Jared Bland.


City Hall: Fact or Fiction?

Bestselling authors Robyn Doolittle (Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story) and Robert Rotenberg (Stranglehold) discuss the blurred line between fiction and reality at City Hall.


The Boundless

Kenneth Oppel, Governor General’s Award-winning author of the Airborn series and Silverwing Saga, takes to the stage with his latest release, The Boundless.


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