Eden Mills: Pamela will be reading at the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival on Sunday, September 13th. She’ll be reading at The Cottage in the 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. time slot. http://www.
Recent Events and Book Launches of Red Jacket:
Wasaga Beach, ON: Pamela read at the inaugural Palaver International Literary Festival on August 8th and 9th. www.palaver.ca
Brooklyn, NY: Medgar Evers College, 1650 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn. Pamela read on June 6th as part of Word! A Caribbean Book Fest. To find out more about this event, please visit the Facebook event by clicking here.
Bracebridge, ON: Pamela read at the meeting of the Bracebridge chapter of the Canadian Authors Association on June 18th. A brief discussion about the role of manuscript reviewers in the writing process followed her reading.
Guelph: On May 2nd, 2015, Pam was included in the inaugural Canadian Authors for Indies, a national initiative developed by Ann Marie McDonald. The event was designed to provide a forum for authors to promote books, assisting booksellers as well as their peers. More Information can be found at on the Canadian Authors for Indies website.
Toronto: Ben McNally Books, at 366 Bay St, Toronto, on April 9th, 2015.
Waterloo: Words Worth Books, at 96 King St. S, Waterloo, on April 2nd, 2015.
The March Hare Festival, Newfoundland
Pam read at three events in The March Hare Festival in Newfoundland: as part of a lineup at Norris Point on March 12, with Martin Mordecai and Stan Dragland at Grenfell Campus on March 13, and as part of a lineup at Corner Brook’s large show “Pittman’s Fancy” at the Royal Canadian Legion on Saturday, March 14. In addition, there was a launch and signing of Red Jacket: a novel at Coles Bookstore in Corner Brook on March 13. For more information visit The March Hare’s website at http://themarchhare.ca/about/
On Wednesday, 25th March, Pamela read from Subversive Sonnets at “Culture, Identity and Representation,” an event to celebrate Black History Month at the Scarborough Campus of the University of Toronto. Spoken word poet, YusraKhogali Ali, drummer, Walter Maclean, dancer-choreographer, Ken A. Ormsby, director and dramaturg, Diane Roberts, poet, playwright and essayist, Charles Smith, and dancer-choreographer, Chris Walker also took part.