Where to see Katherine this Fall Talking about The Three Sisters Bar & Hotel
Sunday September 18
Eden Mills Literary Festival, 2.30 in the Sculpture Garden with Amy McKay, Helen Humphreys and Francis Backhouse https://emwritersfestival.wordpress.com
Sunday September 25
Word on the Street at Harbourfront in Toronto, with Peter Behrens and Jennifer Robson on a cruise! The first time they’ve tried this…
The ship is the Kijama, located at the Harbourfront docks; cost is $20.
Saturday October 1
Kingston Writersfest, Kingston,12:00–1:00 pm, in conversation with Ben McNally of Ben McNally Books about
"Aristocrats, Scoundrels, Painters & Prospectors: Canadian Historical Fiction”; John Steffler, Katherine Govier, Mod. Ben McNally; in the Islandview Room - Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront
Saturday October 15
Wordfest in Calgary at 3 pm in the Glenbow Theatre; talking about Canadian historical fiction with Robert Gough and Taras Grescoe and Joan Crate
Calgary Herald review of The Three Sisters Bar and Hotel: Govier returns to Alberta
Katherine’s interview with Shelagh Rogers on The Three Sisters Bar and Hotel: CBC Radio’s The Next Chapter, March 28.
THE THREE SISTERS BAR & HOTEL
HALF FOR YOU AND HALF FOR ME: FAVOURITE NURSERY RHYMES AND THE STORIES BEHIND THEM
was named one of the best books of 2014 by the 49th Shelf.
The French translation of THE GHOST BRUSH, entitled LA FEMME HOKUSAI,
earned a Governor General's nomination for the translators, Lorie Saint-Martin and Paul Gagne.