On Sunday, November 19, at 5PM, join Cinema Politica Network and The Concordia Community Solidarity Co-op Bookstore for an exceptional evening with award-winning Afrofuturist, sci-fi and fantasy author Nalo Hopkinson (!).
Author of six novels and many short stories that have garnered accolades from the likes of the World Fantasy Award, Hopkinson is now a professor of Creative Writing at the University of California, Riverside, and will be in Montreal to participate on Cinema Politica’s The Next 150: Documentary Futurism Jury.
ABOUT THE VENUE
Concordia Community Solidarity Co-op Bookstore
2150 Bishop Street, Montreal, Quebec H3G 1M8
The Concordia Co-op Bookstore regrets that it is not the most accessible space. Located in a Heritage building on Bishop Street, there are a total of eight (8) steps from the street to the store.
The space features:
- fluorescent lighting during the day, and LED 'mood' lighting during events.
- multiple gender-neutral, single user washrooms; none of which are wheelchair accessible.
- scent-free preferable (you may be asked to step out if your scent is deemed overwhelming for individuals who are scent-sensitive).
For more details on the event and to learn more about Nalo Hopkinson, visit its Facebook page.