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Talks

An Afternoon with Angie Thomas Presented with Indigo

angie thomas and donna bailey nurse

Left: Angie Thomas by Anissa Hidouk. Right: Donna Bailey Nurse by Michael Athill

Member Price
$10.00
Public Price
$15.00
Student Price
$10.00

Book combo ticket: admission to the talk plus one copy of Angie Thomas' new book On the Come Up:

Members $26 | Public $31 | Students $26  

Books will be available for pick-up in Baillie Court during the event. Please have your ticket ready to pick up your book. 

 

Ticketing

@ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Talks

An Afternoon with Angie Thomas Presented with Indigo

Sunday February 24, 2PM

Presented with Indigo Books & Music

Angie Thomas is one of the leading voices exploring black girlhood. Author of the #1 New York Times bestselling, award-winning novel The Hate U Give, she is a former teen rapper. Join us for the Toronto launch of her newest book On the Come Up and an in depth conversation with Donna Bailey Nurse on her body of work.

Book signing:
Angie Thomas will sign books for all attendees. A copy of On the Come Up is necessary to join the signing line. 
Angie Thomas will personalize one copy of On the Come Up, and will sign two other books, for a total of three books max.

Angie Thomas made her debut with the #1 New York Times bestselling, award-winning novel The Hate U Give. A former teen rapper who holds a BFA in creative writing, Angie was born, raised, and still resides in Jackson, Mississippi. You can find her at www.angiethomas.com.

Donna Bailey Nurse is a literary journalist living in Toronto. She is a columnist for CBC Radio's The Next Chapter with Shelagh Rogers and her work has appeared in The Globe and Mail, Hazlitt, The National Post, The Toronto Star. She has also contributed to Publishers Weekly and The Washington Post. She is editor of Revival: An Anthology of Black Canadian Writing (M&S) and the author of What's a Black Critic To Do? and What's a Black Critic to Do ll (insomniac Press).

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