Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Word On The Street (at Harbourfront)

This Sunday, September 27, marks the return of one of Toronto’s best literary events, The Word On The Street. The festival is Canada’s largest free book and magazine festival, featuring hundreds of author readings, discussions, and activities, and a marketplace that boasts the best selection of Canadian books and magazines anywhere. This year, for the first time, [...]

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Sept. 22 – Evan visits Ottawa’s ChiSeries

This Tuesday, September 22, I’ll be in Ottawa to read at the city’s ChiSeries, ChiZine’s monthly reading series bringing you the best voices in horror, fantasy and science fiction in several different Canadian cities. I’ll be reading alongside authors Yves Meynard (Chrysanthe) and Linda Poitevin (the Grigori Legacy series) at Maxwell’s (340 Elgin Street). So please [...]

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September 17: Launching Loyalist to a Fault!

We’re only one week away from the launch of my new book, The Dead Kid Detective Agency # 3: Loyalist to a Fault, as well as the launch of Chantel Guertin‘s new book in her Pippa Greene series, Leading Lines. This delightful double launch takes place the evening of Thursday, September 17, at Get Well (1181 Dundas St. W.).  Please join Chantel, ECW Press, and me in celebrating the launch [...]

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Jen Agg portrait at Torontoist

Yesterday, I did my first-ever illustration for one of my favourite news sites, Torontoist, which I’ve been following for years and years. They asked me to draw a portrait of restaurateur Jen Agg (The Black Hoof, Rhum Corner), who has organized a conference tonight, Kitchen Bitches, that aims to tackle sexism in the restaurant industry. [...]

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