Eugenics and the Firewall: Canada’s Nasty Little Secret and I attended Lethbridge’s WOTS
Lethbridge’s Word on the Street Festival proved that a small city can successfully put together and event usually found only in larger cities. There were a few first year glitches and oversights, but overall, WOTS was fantastic for Alberta authors and it was wonderful promotion for the City of Lethbridge.
I loved reading from Eugenics and the Firewall and participating in the “Getting into Writing” panel.A
Above, is a picture of some of the books, including Eugenics and the Firewall: Canada’s Nasty Little Secret, that were on sale at the University of Lethbridge Bookstore WOTS tent. (If you’re in Southern Alberta, and would like a copy of Eugenics and the Firewall, please drop by the University of Lethbridge bookstore. You’ll also find it in Chapters, McNally Robinson, Audreys, the U of T Bookstore, and dozens more independent and university bookstores throughout Canada.
You can also borrow Eugenics and the Firewall: Canada’s Nasty Little Secret from a local public library, including the Lethbridge Public Library, The Edmonton Public Library, University of Manitoba libraries, The University of Saskatchewan Library, Toronto Public Library Queen’s University Library, and the University of Calgary Library. Here’s a partial listing of some of the libraries Eugenics and the Firewall is available in throughout Canada and around the world.
Written by janeharriszsovan
September 30, 2011 at 10:38 pm
Posted in alberta, author signing, book launches, book profiles, canada, Edmonton Public library, eugenics, eugenics and the firewall, Lethbridge Public Library, Lifelong Learning, Literacy, Toronto Public Library, Uncategorized, University of Calgary, University of Lethbridge, University of Manitoba libraries, University of Saskatchewan library, University of Toronto Bookstore, Word on the Street
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