In Desperate Need of Some Sleep: An IFOA Round-up

True scientific study: A mix of cold meds and wine attracts microphones and bright lights and recordings (which would also account for the scarf creature I appear to be wearing in this Now Magazine video):

IFOA throughout the decades from NOW Magazine on Vimeo.

Late Wednesday night, I wrote a blog post for the Globe & Mail books blog, In Other Words. Today, like magic, it was posted. And now I need to sleep. (Podcast of my reading on Tuesday also included.)

The Commute to IFOA

Poet Melanie Janisse’s take on the crime fiction (and poetry!) night: “Tales of Mystery and Indignation”.

And hey–if you didn’t see me in my pajamas the first time around, the Globe and Mail’s book blog posted my swag bag pillaging (@bookmadam always has the best ideas).

I was sick for the first part of the Festival, but I was able to catch up on all things IFOA because of the comprehensive coverage from the following fine folks (hint, hint–follow them):

Blogs

Globe & Mail: In Other Words

National Post: The Afterword

Twitter

@ifoa
@booksin140
@npbooks
@boyreporter
@walrusmagazine
@itsmarkmedley
@globebooks

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