The University of Windsor has moved to an “essential service only” model. Learn More.
BookFest Windsor logoBookFest Windsor will explore “The Power of Stories” in a series of events through downtown Windsor, October 17 to 21.

Literary festival to celebrate the power of stories

UWindsor resident writing professional Marty Gervais will moderate a “Books and Brunch” panel discussion as part of a literary festival which will draw writers and their readers, October 17 to 21.

The theme of BookFest Windsor 2018 is “The Power of Story,” and a series of events exploring the subject is set for venues through downtown Windsor.

Admission to the brunch on Sunday, October 21, at the City Grill Event Centre, will cost $35.

Gervais will play host to Sharon Butala, a best-selling author of 19 books of fiction and nonfiction, including her 1994 memoir, The Perfection of the Morning; and Casey Plett, who received the 2015 Lambda Literary Award for Transgender Fiction for her debut short story collection A Safe Girl to Love.

Find a full schedule of events, author biographies, and ticket details, on the BookFest Windsor website.