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Question: Do you think, as a writer, I'd get more out of hearing a few respected authors read from their works, or from watching an interview with one particular author I admire?

Harbourfront is having its annual International Festival of Authors, and I'm already going to be attending one interview and one reading. Only want to do one more (they cost). Can't decide which would be more worthwhile. One might give me more insight into the craft, the other might expose me to some new styles/material. Help!

(BTW, the particular author in question is Jasper Fforde, but he's also going to be one of the readers in the former situation, so either way I get to see him.)

Tags: celebrity, reading

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