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October 13-23: LitFest 2022 in Edmonton 

October 13-23 LitFest 2022 in Edmonton
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October 13-23: LitFest 2022 in Edmonton 

LitFest will run starting from October 13 to October 23 this year. It’s 11 days of celebrating all things nonfiction through exciting author readings, workshops, conversations, panel discussions, and even live performances. 

If you’re an avid reader, this is your chance to connect with authors and other readers. You’ll get to hear from some of your favorite local and international authors and presenters talk about various topics ranging from food to cultural commentary. 

You’ll enjoy fascinating discussions about pressing issues in the world of nonfiction. The authors and presenters are diverse and come from different walks of life, so it’s a great chance to widen your perspective. 

Aside from author features, there are also different workshops for aspiring writers out there where you get insights on topics like new approaches to writing creative nonfiction, and writing memoirs. 

There are different venues for the events per day. Some will be at the Stanley A. Milner Edmonton Public Library, Metro Cinema, Gateway Theatre, The Common, and Lowlands Project Space. 

You can even catch some events virtually. You can check out this schedule so you can keep track of when and where the different programs will take place. 

You’ll hear from fantastic authors such as Michael Hingston, Harold Johnson, Raymond Biesinger, Alison Hagan, Ali Hassan, Brandi Morin, and Leanne Prain, among others. It’s a great chance to pick their brains and learn from their experiences in their writing process. 

A LitFest pass costs $89 each. It will give you unlimited access to all events. Grab your tickets here. Should you want to attend the Masterclasses, you can also RSVP in advance. 

Just email [email protected] as soon as you can since the capacity for these sessions is limited. If you’d rather sign up for individual classes instead of getting the LitFest pass, you can also do so here

LitFest also aims to maintain accessibility for all audiences, so a limited number of free or by-donation tickets will also be available. This is given on a first-come, first-served basis through their Community Access Ticket Program. 

You can email them to learn more about this program or if you have any questions or inquiries.