Running from October 21 to 27 at venues clustered on Granville Island and scattered around town, the Vancouver Writers Fest’s latest edition brings a signature mix of fast-emerging and big-name authors.
The packed program features readings, workshops, and performances, including a full menu geared to young readers, not to mention a series of hope-oriented events on some of the biggest issues in the news. See our coverage below.
Barlow's new book, Whose Water Is It Anyway? Taking Water Into Public Hands, details the history of the private sector to get its mitts on publicly owned water resources—and how this is being countered by the "Blue Communities" movement.