ImagiNation Writers’ Festival returns to Morrin Centre for 2015

ImagiNation Writers’ Festival returns to Morrin Centre for 2015

Quebec City – Highlighted by 2014 Giller Prize winner Sean Michaels, the Morrin Centre will welcome a variety of well-known and newly-acclaimed authors to its sixth annual ImagiNation Writers’ Festival.

Michaels won the Giller Prize for his debut novel, Us Conductors. He will be joined by over a dozen other authors, including barbecue chef and “master griller” Steven Raichlen; author of The Bear, Claire Cameron; Quebec culinary writer Julian Armstrong; and Vancouver-based author Steven Galloway.

ImagiNation will be held from April 8 to 12, 2014. The festival helps the general public to become better acquainted with Canadian authors through public discussions, readings and performances.

The complete program is available at

MorrinCentre_Logo_RedThe Morrin Centre would like to thank its partners, namely Canadian Heritage, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Entente de développement culturel (a partnership between the City of Quebec and the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications) and the Canada Council for the Arts.

About the Morrin Centre

The Morrin Centre is an English-language cultural centre that promotes the heritage of the English-speaking community of Quebec City, fosters cultural exchange and offers a wide range of activities including library services, guided tours, readings by prominent authors, writing workshops, a writers’ festival and much more. This 200 year-old building, listed as a National Historic Site, is managed by the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec.

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