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The Quebec City in Letters Festival invites lovers of literature and the literary arts, travel enthusiasts and walkers to a gallery of discoveries, from October 13 to 23 in Quebec City.

The festival will present unique shows, literary cocoons, installations and forays into the parks and streets of several neighborhoods.

Also on the program, screenings, moments reflection, family activities and interviews with authors such as Rodney Saint-Éloi, Chrystine Brouillet, Audrée Wilhelmy and Dominique Scali.

Quebec literature of Haitian origin will kick off the festivities with a program double at the Imperial Bell on Thursday, October 13. Window on Haiti, an activity consisting of the musical reading of the novel Quand il fait triste, Bertha chante, by Rodney Saint-Éloi, will be followed by a literary and musical cabaret bringing together around ten artists.

Numerous activities

The festival will offer various activities for the whole family. Bookstore stops will be opportunities to visit bookstores in Quebec City and Wendake to meet Chrystine Brouillet, Anne-Marie Desmeules, Bernard Émond, Juliana Léveillé-Trudel, Dominique Scali and Marc Séguin.

Meetings with figures from contemporary literature are also on the agenda, among others with Louis-Karl Picard-Sioui, Heather O'Neill and Éliette Abécassis.

To know all the programming and for the ticket office: quebecentouteslettres.qc.ca