The Book Drunkard Literary Festival

You won’t want to miss our opener on October 13th! Our extraordinary interviewer, Bianca Marais, chats with the thoughtful and thought-provoking Aislinn Hunter, whose new novel The Certainties might well make you ask: “What would I do if ….?”

A vivid, moving novel reminiscent of Anthony Doerr and Michael Ondaatje, about the entwined fates of two very different refugees.

AISLINN HUNTER is an award-winning novelist and poet and the author of seven highly acclaimed books that have been recognized and awarded by the New York Times, the Guardian and NPR. In 2018 she served as a Canadian War Artist working with Canadian and NATO forces. She teaches creative writing and lives in Vancouver, BC.

Her latest novel, The Certainties is a mystery including both historical and speculative fiction that takes place in 1940 France and explores just how decisions and choices are made, based on the lens through which the world is seen.


Your ticket will include a signed copy of The Certainties.

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