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Find out more about how your privacy is protected. Jul Sales Ended. Event description. Description "More Death in Etobicoke: The Silence of the Pigeons" Join us for a short story reading and discussion with author Scott Colby as he discusses the importance of place and history in fiction writing.
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They live in Victoria BC and Glasgow respectively. This event takes place in the bookshop, which we regret is not wheelchair accessible. Please contact us ahead of time if you have other access requirements and we will do everything we can to accommodate you!
If there is a charge for the event redeemable against book Eventbrite will charge you a small booking fee on top of this. Tickets may also be available on the door but we advise booking to avoid disappointment. It was the Northern Short Story Festival and people came from far and wide to experience its many delights.
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