Enjoy the beer garden and live music at the Copper Kettle Festival, and have a copy of The Perfect Keg signed by author Ian Coutts.
Creemore Springs Brewery
139 Mill Street
Julie Angus will be a guest for the autumn opening night of Barbara-Jo's Books to Cooks book club, where epicurean books are paired with literary meals and lively conversation. Her book, Olive Odyssey, is one of the three book selections.
Barbara-Jo's Books to Cooks
1740 West 2nd Avenue
Upcoming Writers' Festivals
Greystone authors Candace Savage, Ian McAllister, Ian Coutts, Chris Turner, Else Poulsen, Jennifer Kingsley, Jane Christmas, and Julie Angus will be appearing at various writers' festivals in the fall. Visit the sites below to learn more.
Winnipeg International Writers Festival - Thin Air
September 19 – 27
Ian Coutts and Chris Turner
Kingston Writers Fest
September 24 – 28
Calgary Writers Festival - Wordfest
October 14 – 19
October 17 – 26
International Festival of Authors
October 23 – November 2
Candace Savage, Ian McAllister, and Jennifer Kingsley
Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival
November 1 – 9
Greystone has partnered with BitLit for their Canada Summer Reads Program. By downloading the BitLit app on your iPhone or Android, you can receive a free ebook version with the purchase of any Greystone title at participating independent bookstores.
Go to BitLit's website for more information.
Bärle's Story: Q&A
Bärle's Story is now available! Read a special Q&A with the author, Else Poulsen. She talks about the proper living conditions for polar bears, their natural hunting instincts, and their amazing ability to recover.
Fall 2014 Catalogue
The Greystone Fall 2014 Catalogue is now available! Have a look at our upcoming titles!
And Then There Were Nuns Short-Listed for 2014 Word Award
Greystone is thrilled to announce that And Then There Were Nuns has been short-listed for the 2014 Word Award in the Book – Life Stories category. And Then There Were Nuns: Adventures in a Cloistered Life documents Christmas's stay in a series of convents to see whether she is, as she puts it, "nun material." Living among these communities of cloistered nuns and monks, she shares—and occasionally rails against—the silent, reverent, pared-down existence she has sought all her life. With insight and humour, she provides a glimpse into a seldom seem lifestyle.
Jane Christmas's previous books include What the Psychic Told the Pilgrim and Incontinent on the Continent. The Word Awards recognizes talented Canadian writers who are Christian, and celebrates their pursuits in writing.
Andrew Nikiforuk on The Extraenvironmentalist
Andrew Nikiforuk appears on the latest Extraenvironmentalist podcast to talk about his book The Energy of Slaves as part of a discussion on global energy resources and the consequences of a fossil fuel dependency.
The Extraenvironmentalist is an environmental sustainability blog, video, and podcast series.