Can’t wait to read at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery in Charlottetown! I’ll be there with the wonderful folks from Bookmark on November 7. Details TBA
I’ll be in Ottawa on October 27th for the Ottawa International Writers Festival. Please join me at 4:30pm at Christ Church Cathedral for a special Daughter of Family G event, including a discussion with CBC’s Lucy van Oldenbarneveld. This is a ticketed event. Please go to the following link to reserve your seat: Ami McKay at the Ottawa Writers Fest.
I’m thrilled to be presenting at this year’s LitFest Alberta in Edmonton, Canada’s original non-fiction festival. Please join me at noon on October 22nd for a brown bag lunch event at the Canadian Literature Centre at the University of Alberta. For details, please visit the LitFest website: Litfest Alberta 2019
A Conversation With Ami McKay will be held at 1pm, Oct. 20th at Calgary’s Memorial Park Library during this year’s Wordfest Imaginarium. In 2001, long before the advent of at-home DNA kits, Ami McKay tested positive for Lynch Syndrome, a genetic mutation responsible for the cancer that plagued her family for generations. Ever since, the bestselling novelist of The Birth House and The Witches of New York has been living “in an unsettling state between wellness and cancer.” With questions from award winning health and medicine journalist Christina Frangou, McKay will discuss her just released memoir, Daughter of Family G., and …
Please join me at the Indigo Granville bookstore in Vancouver on October 17th at 7pm for a special Daughter of Family G launch. Hope to see you there! NB There was a error with an earlier posting. The reading is NOT at the Robson store. Please tell your friends. Sorry for any confusion!!! 2505 Robson
Can’t wait to return to Victoria, BC on October 16, for an evening at the wonderful Bolen Books! Ami McKay makes her much-anticipated return to Bolen Books! She’s wowed us all with her incredible fiction, and now she’s back with her memoir, Daughter of Family G. In it, she explores not only her own life but the legacy of her family, the most detailed and longest cancer geneology ever studied, and how that legacy and the shadow of Lynch syndrome has affected her. This incredibly informative and touching event will be one you won’t want to miss.