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CBC Radio Studio One Book Club Tapings

From: Marina
Sent on: Tuesday, May 18, 2010 1:07 PM
The good folks at CBC contacted me and asked that I pass along this information about a few tapings that are taking place in the coming weeks. Though you have to win tickets to the shows, they've also offered a few tickets if we have a group of 4 or 5 that are interested. If you are, please email me by responding to this email with details on which taping you'd like to attend and I'll pass along the information to the producers. The time lines are pretty short so please let me know before Thursday, May 20th!

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Judy Fong Bates, author of the acclaimed novel Midnight at the
Dragon Cafe, has written an absorbing and beautiful new memoir
of her search to understand her parents - from their mysterious
and conflicting stories of their lives in China, to the poverty-
stricken reality of Judy's childhood growing up in rural
Ontario. Come meet the author of The Year of Finding Memory in
the intimate setting of CBC's Studio One on Wednesday May 26 at
6:30 pm. The only way to get in, is to win! Go to www.cbc.
ca/bc/bookclub to enter for free tickets.


Anosh Irani has a new novel Dahanu Road and it's his most
personal yet, inspired by his own family history. It's a love
story full of tragedy and humour about three generations of the
Irani clan, Zoroastrians who fled persecution in Iran and
settled in Bombay. As with all of Anosh's writing, it will
make you weep and laugh, and weep again because you're laughing
so hard! Come meet Anosh Irani in the intimate setting of
CBC's Studio One on Monday May 31 at 6:30 pm. The only way to
get in, is to win! Go to www.cbc.ca/bc/bookclub to enter for
free tickets.
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Marina

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