CJFE presents "I Write What I Think: A Conversation with Heather Mallick"

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

It’s that time of year again – we're hosting our Annual General Meeting and reception in Toronto.

This year we are delighted to present “I Write What I Think: A Conversation with Heather Mallick" – a stimulating talk and Q&A session during the AGM reception, which is open to all.

Please join us during what promises to be an entertaining and thought-provoking event.

When: Wednesday, June 20, 8:00 p.m.
Where: Massey College Common Room (4 Devonshire Place, Toronto)
Cost: FREE
RSVP: [email protected], or 416-515-9622, ext. 257

This event will take place following CJFE’s annual general meeting from 6:30-7:30 p.m. (members only).

If you are unable to attend the event in person, tune in to our live blog to join in the conversation

Heather Mallick

Mallick, a staff columnist for the Toronto Star, grew up in small towns in northern Canada and now lives in Toronto. She has an M.A. in English Literature from the University of Toronto and has worked as a reporter, copy editor and book review editor at various print newspapers. She wrote a column called As If in the Globe and Mail for several years, as well as a political column for the New York Times Syndication Service. She also wrote columns for CBC.ca for a number of years. Her first book, Pearls in Vinegar, was a modern version of the tenth-century Japanese pillow-book diary of Shei Shonagon. It was published by Penguin in 2004. Her second book, Cake or Death, a collection of original essays about finding consolations for living through the Bush era, was published by Knopf in 2007. Heather occasionally writes for the "Comment is Free" section of the Guardian Online.