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Reading at Toronto’s oldest library branch


This past week I gave a talk and reading at the oldest library branch in the city of Toronto.  The Yorkville branch opened in 1907 and she carries her age well.  It’s been beautifully restored.  Stepping in through the main doors at the front is like stepping back in time.

The head librarian, Tiziano Vanola, is passionate about his important role and he did a great job organizing the event.  The folks who came asked wonderful questions and we have a very enjoyable evening.  Thanks for making it happen Tiziano.  I look forward to coming back soon.


(Tiziano also took some photos at the event including this one of me hawking my wares!)

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