The Last But Not Least Feast

  • The Boathouse 57 Jubilee Drive Kitchener, ON, N2G Canada

 

Join us on May 29th for the Last But Not Least Feast, a brunch event with creative non-fiction authors Emily Urquhart (Beyond the Pale), Lindy Mechefske (Sir John’s Table), and Tom Slee (What’s Yours is Mine):

SUNDAY, MAY 29 -- DOORS 10:00am at THE BOATHOUSE

TICKETS $35.00 -- CONTACT WORDS WORTH BOOKS FOR INFORMATION:

mandy@wordsworthbooks.com, 519-884-2665

• …part memoir, part cultural critique and part genetic travelogue, Beyond the Pale is a brave, intimate investigation into the secret histories that each of us carries in our genes and an inspiring and beautiful memoir about parenting a child with a disability—and building a better future for that child… 
• …in a breezy and engaging style, author Lindy Mechefske traces John A. Macdonald's life through some of the common foods of the day, from mutton, quince, and gooseberries to hare, cow heel, and ox cheek. Along the way, she reveals how to concoct the fried oysters served at the Charlottetown Conference and how a roast duck dinner saved the dominion… 
• …What’s Yours Is Mine, technologist Tom Slee argues the so-called sharing economy damages development, extends harsh free-market practices into previously protected areas of our lives, and presents the opportunity for a few people to make fortunes by damaging communities and pushing vulnerable individuals to take on unsustainable risk. Drawing on original empirical research, Slee shows that the friendly language of sharing, trust, and community masks a darker reality…

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How do we combine Uber and the dangers of the sharing economy, with the folklore of a rare genetic condition, with the meal plan of Canada’s first prime minister? Well if we can combine breakfast and lunch the sky’s the limit!

Share brunch with us at the Boathouse and enjoy a panel discussion with three great authors, who prove that whoever speaks last is Last But Not Least!

The Last But Not Least Feast is a collaboration of efforts between Words Worth BooksThe New QuarterlyWild Writers Festival, and The Boathouse.