On April 11, at 7:30 p.m., Hamilton's Literary Festival gritLIT and LiT LiVe team up to bring six of Canada's leading writers to the Skydragon Centre. This is a special free event and the festival's Thank-you! to Hamilton's audiences who have supported gritLIT since its inception six years ago.
Stephen Brunt reads from Gretzky's Tears, his book on the pivotal moment in Wayne Gretzky's career. Published by Knopf Canada in 2009.
A.F. Moritz, winner of the 2009 Griffin Poetry Prize, brings The Sentinel to the Lit Live stage. Published by House of Anansi in 2008.
Heather Cadsby presents poetry from Could Be, her latest collection from Brick Books (2010).
K.D. Miller takes us into her first novel, the acclaimed Brown Dwarf, published by Bibilioasis.
Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer reads from Perfecting, her new novel published by Goose Lane Editions.
Sky Gilbert guides us into A Nice Place to Visit, his latest poetry collection from ECW Press (2009).