A Thunder Bay Story

A Thunder Bay Story
Julia Ann Roy, a black woman, a former slave, illiterate, mothering seven children in 19th century Port Arthur by operating a busy bawdy house on Elgin Street was notorious and shunned. She and her collection of black children are the subject of James Stevens' forthcoming book.

Monday, May 22, 2017

Chapters Providing an Opportunity for Local Authors.

Hello Authors!

Our Chapters store will be hosting a Canada 150 Event! On June 3rd to celebrate Canada's biggest birthday yet!
In celebration of this event we would like to host a Multi Author Signing! (Thank you Joan for being our inspiration!) 
Joan has already agreed (thanks Joan!), we are hoping to have 3-4 more Author tables in the front alcove of our store, if you could be available for this event we would love to have you!
 Please let us know as soon as you are able.

Thank you so much.
June 3rd, 1-4pm Chapters on Memorial  

Stefani Celine
Events Leader
CEL, Chapters 757

Hello blog readers. I will be signing Canadian Shorts, which contains my first-place story "The Big Hole." I also have a few give-aways to add to the fun. All proceeds from this book go to the Canadian Council of Refugees "a non-profit umbrella organization committed to the rights and protection of refugees in Canada and around the world and to the settlement of refugees and migrants in Canada.' Joan N. Baril/

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