On Monday I fly to Toronto to promote McArthur's publication of The Sky's Dark Labyrinth in Canada. The Dunlap Institute and the University of Toronto are generously hosting me for the first half of the week. In addition to holding a colloquium and discussion groups within the university, I will be delivering a 7 o'clock public talk on Tuesday 18th evening in the Isabel Bader Theatre. Then on Wednesday 19th evening I will be in the Runnymede public library at 7 o'clock, talking, reading and signing.
At the weekend, McArthur are flying me to Montreal to take part in the Sunday morning 23rd Paragraphe Books and Brunch event at Le Centre Sheraton. Before that, on the Saturday 22nd evening, I have been invited by the Montreal branch of the Royal Astronomical Association Canada to deliver an 8 o'clock talk at the Morgan Arborteum Visitors' Centre.
Having flown me back to Toronto McArthur are taking me to various literary parties and events as part of Toronto's International Festival of Authors.
Details of all my events can be found on my Talks page. I look forward to meeting lots of literary Canadians.