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.