Against Type: An Evening with Junot Díaz and Rawi Hage

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Against Type: An Evening with Junot Díaz and Rawi Hage

Wednesday, April 27, 6pm
George Restaurant, 111C Queen St. E


Junot Díaz

PEN Canada invites you to an intimate dinner with acclaimed authors Junot Díaz and Rawi Hage at Toronto’s award-winning George Restaurant. Díaz and Hage will discuss the challenges of writing novels that defy labels in a publishing industry that’s obsessed with them. Moderated by Emily Keeler, senior editor at The Walrus.


Rawi Hage

Junot Díaz is the Dominican-born, New Jersey-raised, Pulitzer prize-winning author of Drown, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, and This Is How You Lose Her. Rawi Hage, whose debut novel, De Niro’s Game, won the 2008 IMPAC Dublin Prize, is also the author of Cockroach, and Carnival. Hage was born in Beirut. He now lives in Montreal.

Available online here or by phone at 416 703 8448 ext 27.
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