The Mississauga Library will be featuring a virtual series every Friday starting this week
If you’re looking for something creative and fun to do on your Friday nights at home, the Mississauga Library has you covered.
Mississauga Library’s online Author Talk series is back with a new lineup of writers.
Suitable for ages 13 and up, the series—which residents can watch on their smartphone or tablet—features a wide selection of talented authors, whose books span a range of genres from thrillers and true crime to romance and fantasy.
The library says it looks for opportunities to highlight authors with Canadian roots, award winners and nominees, authors from a variety of diverse backgrounds, cultures, orientations and experiences, local authors when possible, as well as books and authors that library customers are currently interested in.
During the online Author Talk sessions, participants have the opportunity to ask the authors questions and hear about their experiences, writing processes and written works.
All Author Talks are free with registration and a Mississauga Library card is not required to register.
The event begins on Friday, April 9 and will be held weekly until mid-June from 7 pm-8 pm.
You can register here.
The library also offers online book clubs for those looking to further engage with other readers, as well as online storytimes for families.
- The Mississauga library will be holding a virtual series you don't want to miss
- Speak directly with six bestselling authors in these free events
- Mississauga Library to keep discontinued Dr. Seuss books
- Residents can donate seeds to the Mississauga Library
- New Mississauga share program boosts digital library content by 260,000
- Male pronounced dead at scene after drowning in Brampton
- 1 in 3 Canadians considering 'workarounds' as Mississauga, Brampton and Hamilton house prices keep rising
- PICK A SIDE: When should masks no longer be mandatory in Ontario?
- The controversial aircraft built and destroyed in Mississauga
- 16 flights landing with COVID-19 at Pearson Airport in Mississauga most since February