We're incredibly pleased to be presenting Noah Richler at IMAGINATE 2015 in Port Hope on Valentine's Day.
Trinity College School is the location, and tickets are available on this site and at Ganaraska Art & Framing in downtown Port Hope.
A second generation writer (his father was the celebrated novelist Mordecai Richler) ,Noah Richler made documentaries and features for BBC Radio for fourteen years before returning to Canada in 1998.
He was the books editor and then the literary columnist for the National Post, and has contributed to numerous publications in Britain, including the Guardian, Punch, the Daily Telegraph, and in Canada to The Walrus, Maisonneuve, Saturday Night, the Toronto Star, and the Globe and Mail.
"Noah Richler is a rarity in the modern age: a true man of ideas.
You can count such men on one hand..."
--The Western Standard
"This is a writer who is fond of people and their quirks
and who cares deeply about our country ..."
--Literary Review of Canada
"His wit is delicious. He is that genuine article, of which there are so few,
a public intellectual unafraid of discussion and disagreement. "
--Globe and Mail