Book Bag: Tessa McWatt

  • April 25, 2015
  • 10:00 am
  • McDougall Centre

On the surface the characters in Higher Ed, Tessa McWatts latest novel, have little in common. Each from a different place, each on a different path and yet, through McWatt’s raw and inviting prose, she reveals how they, and we, are essentially the same. Join McWatt and Spur festival director Helen Walsh for a continental breakfast as they read and discuss from McWatt’s newest novel.

  • Free

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