Category Archives: fairs
Do you know what the OLA Super Conference is? If you’re an Ontario librarian, you most likely do. And if you’re not an Ontario librarian, I don’t think you can even attend, so don’t worry too much about it. The OLA Super Conference (at Toronto’s Metro Convention Centre) is the annual gathering of the Ontario [...]
On Sunday, September 15, I’ll be part of the 2013 Telling Tales Festival, for the first official event for Dial M for Morna!
Since 2009, Telling Tales has been bringing children’s authors, storytellers, illustrators and entertainers to picturesque (let’s assume) Rockton, Ontario, located just a half-hour’s drive from Hamilton. This year, I’ll be joining children’s authors [...]
Last week, as part of the Ontario Library Association’s Forest of Reading tour – think of a U.S.O. tour, but with children’s authors and only within Ontario – I travelled to Parry Sound and North Bay with a team of great writers (and one excellent OLA staff member, Meredith). The experience was both surreal and [...]
This coming week, the Ontario Library Association’s Super Conference 2013 hits Toronto’s Metro Convention Centre (255 Front Street West), and this year, I’ll be there as an author! The Ontario Library Association is Canada’s largest library organization and OLA’s Super Conference is Canada’s largest education event in librarianship. The conference includes a trade show, countless [...]