In addition, Keith Garebian, Paul Sutherland, Susan McMaster, and Ian Williams all have new books to share with us.
Betsy Struthers took first prize in the Poetry section of the gritLIT competition and as well has a new book of fiction called Relay, from Black Moss Press.
Liz Harmer was one of the winners in the Short Fiction section of the gritLIT competition.
Paul Sutherland brings his latest publication, Spires and Minarets from the UK to our Hamilton stage.
Ian Williams has a recent book of poetry. You Know Who You Are came out in the spring from Wolsak and Wynn. He also has a collection of short stories, Not Anyone's Anything, forthcoming from Freehand Books.
Susan McMaster reads from Paper Affair: Poems Selected & New (Black Moss 2010).
Keith Garebian makes his third visit to Lit Live, bringing with him poetry in the form of Children of Ararat (Frontenac House 2010).