Vancouver Writers Fest

37. Fan Fiction

The Vancouver Writers Fest presents

CHERIE DIMALINE, ASHLEY LITTLE, RAZIEL REID

Moderator: Shannon Ozirny

Each of these authors has built a loyal following for their riveting fiction that speaks truthfully about teenage life in all its messy complexities. Cherie Dimaline’s celebrated The Marrow Thieves imagines an environmentally disastrous world in which Indigenous children are persecuted for their bone marrow. Ashley Little won a BC Book Prize for Anatomy of a Girl Gang and continues to explore adolescent life in Confessions of a Teenage Leper, in which a popular cheerleader must face her previous cruelty when the tables turn on her. Raziel Reid’s When Everything Feels Like the Movies won a Governor General’s Award for its bold depiction of high school. Reid returns to school with Kens, which follows uncool gay teen Tommy as he tries to fit in with the popular kids.

Suitable for grades 10-12 and adults.

Thursday, October 18 at 1pm
Performance Works, 1218 Cartwright Street



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$15 - Youth (Under 30)

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When & Where

Performance Works
Plenty of tickets
Thursday, October 18
1:00 PM