Book Clubs & Writers' Groups
Toronto Reference Library
The European Book Club is a co-operation of the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) in Toronto. Read and discuss books by contemporary European authors, in English translation. This evening will be presente...
Afternoon Book Club meets at 2:00 p.m., the fourth Friday of every month and is open to all interested book lovers in the community. November's book is Sister by Rosamund Lupton. For more information or to register visit the ...
Fri Nov 28
Maria A. Shchuka
Richard Scrimger, author of "Zomboy" and "The Wolf and Me (Seven Sequels)," talks about how to get into a story and make it sound authentic. Get ready for an interactive and entertaining presentation using real examples to il...
Afternoon Book Club meets at 2:00 p.m., the fourth Friday of every month and is open to all interested book lovers in the community. For more information or to register visit the branch or call 416-396-8890.
Fri Jan 23
Fri Feb 27
Fri Mar 27
Maria A. Shchuka
Wattpad is a free online social platform that allows you to share your fiction, non-fiction and poetry. In this session we create an account, learn how to upload a story, add/create a book cover, and learn about your copyrigh...
Meet other writers and enthusiasts. Find inspiration and share your work in an informal, supportive environment. Writers of all genres are welcome. To register, call 416-396-8890.
Fri Dec 12
Fri Jan 09
Fri Feb 13
Fri Mar 13
Calling all children ages 9 to 12 and their mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, or caregiver! Join our monthly family book club. One child 9 to 12, one parent/caregiver, one book per month. Space is limited. For more in...
Mon Dec 29
Mon Jan 26
Mon Feb 23
Make your life matter--dare yourself to write the truth. Wayson Choy will discuss how he wrote his bestselling memoirs "Paper Shadows" and "Not Yet" by exposing and exploring both his personal and community Chinatown "secrets...