B.C.–based Indigenous author Eden Robinson to discuss Return of the Trickster at Vancouver online event

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      The cancellation of the B.C.–filmed TV series Trickster after only one season proved to be a huge disappointment for fans.

      However, the creator of the source material has returned with something that should mitigate that despair while providing hope: the latest installation of the novel series.

      The Trickster Trilogy by author Eden Robinson, of the Haisla and Heiltsuk Nations, began with the coming-of-age novel Son of a Trickster (2018), and continued on with Trickster Drift (2019), following the journey of Jared Martin from Kitimat to Vancouver.

      The much-anticipated Return of the Trickster, the final book in the Trickster Trilogy, was released on March 2.

      The Vancouver Writers Fest and the Vancouver Public Library are presenting an online discussion about the novel, as well as about writing and creativity, featuring Robinson in conversation with CBC journalist Angela Sterritt, of the Gitxsan Nation.

      This free event will take place from 7 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday (March 17). To RSVP, visit the event webpage.

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