"Leo Brent Robillard's The Road to Atlantis is a poignant, resonant tale of a family's dissolution following the death of their daughter. In gorgeous, gripping prose, he explores how individuals cope with tragedy and how grief sifts through the generations until it can finally settle and heal. This is a novel that echoes with human emotion and meaning and that deserves to be read."

-- Lauren Carter, author of Swarm

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Help Kick Off The Small Press Book Fair

This Friday night ( November 4th) I will be reading from Drift at the Carleton Tavern (223 Armstrong Street @ Parkdale) to help kick off this year's Small Press Book Fair.  Also appearing on Friday will be Nicholas Lea and Lillian Necakov.  Doors open at 7:00pm.

If you can't make this, be sure to check out the Jack Purcell Community Centre (on Elgin, at 320 JackPurcell Lane) on Saturday (November 5th) for the best of the independent press.

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