Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Ray Robertson takes over the eh List in Toronto (Tonight!) and the Chatham Public Library (Saturday)

"I Was There The Night He Died doesn't read like a lot of Canadian fiction. It’s urban, has a lot of alt-country and obscure rock and roll in it, and it’s not trying to turn anyone into a better human being. It’s just a great story populated by some very real, very flawed characters.Granted, no one who works for the Chatham Chamber of Commerce will be too thrilled, but I think many of the rest of us will remember fondly a life not too far removed from our own, and have a laugh on the way." - David Worsley, co-owner of Words Worth Books, The Cord Community
Ray Robertson takes over the eh List at the North York Public Library @7PM tonight, then we roll out the beer-soaked and musty grey carpet for his homecoming on Saturday @2PM at the Chatham Public Library. Both events are free and open to the public - yes, even to members of the Chatham Chamber of commerce.

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