December 5, 2022: Runnymede Public Library @ 1:30-2:30pm
Author Talk: Letters to Amelia
Toronto Public Library, Runnymede branch: 2178 Bloor Street W
Drop-in, no registration required
September 24, 2022: Toronto International Festival of Authors @ 4pm
Reading TO (free!)
Stage in the Park, Harbourfront Centre
September 23, 2022: An Evening of Reading with Anita Anand, Nic Brewer, and Lindsay Zier-Vogel @ 6:30-8pm
Flying Books, 784 College St. (free!)
Presented by Book*hug Press and Flying Books
March 9-10, 2022: Author talk and creative writing workshop
Scotholme Primary, Nottingham, UK
February 17, 2022: Facebook Live
With Joy Callaway and Louise Claire Johnson, hosted by Rachel McMillan
February 12, 2022: Curiosity Winter Camp @ 3-4pm
Write community-based love letters with Lindsay Zier-Vogel
February 7, 2022: Brownie workshop
Love Lettering Project workshop with local Brownie troop
February 6, 2022: Junction Reads @ 5pm ET
All registered attendees have a chance to win their very own copy of the book.
February 3, 2022: Editing workshop and author chat
At Hilltop Middle School, Toronto
January 9, 2022: Extra Credit Book Club @ 7pm ET
Contact @mishiechau to register (FREE!)
September 20, 2021: Word On The Street @ 2-3pm ET
EPISTOLARY FICTION: LETTERS OF HOPE & HEARTBREAK
The art of letter-writing, the catharsis of writing one you don’t intend to send, the unique qualities of slow-paced correspondence, what we can learn about being thoughtful, nuanced communicators through the written word—especially in a world of 280-character hot takes.
September 19, 2021: Word On The Street bookstore signing @ 4pm ET
Another Story Book Shop
315 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto, ON
Come and get your book signed by Lindsay! You can pre-purchase your copy at Another Story, or purchase it day of at the book store.
September 14, 2021: Official (virtual) "Letters to Amelia" launch party @ 8pm ET
Toronto Lit Up and Book*hug Press invite you to join Lindsay Zier-Vogel for the virtual launch of her debut novel, Letters to Amelia. Hosted by Michelle Arbuckle, and featuring a reading by Dani Kind of Netflix’s Working Moms, and an interview moderated by CBC Radio’s Angela Antle!
Free to attend. All are welcome. Closed captions are available.
Watch the launch here.
September 7, 2021: "Letters to Amelia" publishing day!