Touchwood Editions and Brindle and Glass Publishing hosted their latest At The Mike event at the Cornerstone Cafe in Victoria’s Fernwood district with featured writers Ian Ferguson and Mark Leiren-Young. Ferguson read from How To Be A Canadian, the bestseller he co-wrote with brother Will Ferguson. Leiren-Young read from his debut book Never Shoot A Stampede Queen, a memoir of his time as a small town reporter.
Ian Ferguson and Mark Leiren-Young
Ferguson and Leiren-Young tag team
Ian shows off his Kaleidoscope Theatre t-shirt
Ian reads from How To Be A Canadian
Mark Leiren-Young reading from Never Shoot A Stampede Queen
Leiren-Young during the reading
Crowd at the Cornerstone Cafe.
1 reply on “Ian Ferguson & Mark Leiren-Young – Reading”
As always, you capture the moment and make me look waaay better than mother nature and/or genetics does – thanks again for coming out, it was (as always) terrific to see you and your boys.
Cheers, Ian (me)