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Sandra Muse IsaacsProfessor Sandra Muse Isaacs of the Department of English Language, Literature, and Creative Writing will discuss approaches to storytelling in an appearance at BookFest Windsor.

UWindsor personalities to highlight Bookfest stage

When Windsor talks literature, there’s sure to be a presence from the University, and this year’s BookFest is no exception.

Vincent Georgie, director of the School of Creative Art, will take part in the very first panel discussion, a celebration of the work of novelist and essayist Toni Morrison, at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17.

In a 4 p.m. session Saturday, Oct. 19, alumnus Peter Hrastovec (BA 1979, LLB 1982) will interview author Mark Bourrie about his non-fiction book, The Bush Runner: The Adventures of Pierre Esprit Radisson.

And Sandra Muse Isaacs, a professor of Indigenous literature and author of Eastern Cherokee Stories, will discuss storytelling with drama instructor Barry Brodie and Hassan Ghedi Santur on Saturday at 5 p.m.

Find a full schedule of events on the BookFest Windsor website.