An on-stage interview linking two books, history, mystery, with period music and song.
Update: Three videos of M. Sweatman's musical perfomance captured at this event now available at the bottom of this page.
Evoking the classic works of le Carré and Greene, award-winning Sweatman's novel Mr. Jones is a shattering exploration of a past where world governments threaten annihilation while training housewives in the proper techniques for sweeping up radioactive dust.
Margaret Sweatman is a novelist, playwright, and Genie-winning lyricist.
Will Starling is a rollicking, bawdy, and haunting novel about love and redemption, death and resurrection in Regency London.
Ian Weir is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter, and novelist. He was the creator and executive producer of CBC's hit adventure/drama series Arctic Air, and is the winner of two Gemini Awards, four Leos, a Writers Guild of Canada Screenwriting Award, and a Jessie.
Glenn Buhr is a composer, pianist/guitarist, music curator and producer, songwriter and band leader and is Professor of Music Composition and Improvisation in the Contemporary Music Program at Wilfrid Laurier University.
Mark Medley is presently the National Post's Books Editor.