The Globe and Mail Book Club with Esi Edugyan and Jacqueline Baker

The Globe and Mail Book Club with Esi Edugyan and Jacqueline Baker

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Thursday, November 28
7:30 pm
Performance Works
1218 Cartwright Street

For Globe and Mail subscribers.

The Globe and Mail and Vancouver Writers Fest present the second Globe and Mail Book Club, hosted by award-winning author Esi Edugyan.

Edugyan will speak with author of The Broken Hours, Jacqueline Baker.

About The Broken Hours: A brilliantly written, compelling and deeply creepy novel, The Broken Hours is an irresistible literary ghost story, delving into the life of H.P. Lovecraft when he is broke, living alone in a creaky old house and deathly ill. At the edge of a nervous breakdown, he hires a personal assistant, Arthor Crandle—soon drawn into Lovecraft’s distinctly unnerving world: the malevolent presence that hovers on the landing; the ever-shining light from Lovecraft’s study, invisible from the street; and visions in the night of a white-clad girl in the walled garden. 

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Event Participants:

Esi Edugyan is the author of the novels The Second Life of Samuel Tyne, Half-Blood Blues and Washington Black, both of which won the Scotiabank Giller Prize. In 2014, she published her first book of non-fiction, Dreaming of Elsewhere: Observations on Home. She lives in Victoria, British Columbia, with her husband and two children.

Jacqueline Baker is the author of A Hard Witching and Other Stories, which won the Danuta Gleed Literary Award, the City of Edmonton Book Prize, and the Howard O’Hagan Award for Short Fiction, and was a finalist for the Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize. Her first novel, The Horseman’s Graves was widely critically acclaimed and was a finalist for the Evergreen Award. Jacqueline Baker lives with her husband and children in Edmonton.