Bestselling author Catherine Bush speaks with Saleema Nawaz and reflects on human connectivity amidst world-changing events.

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Catherine Bush and Saleema Nawaz
Catherine Bush Photo: Arden Wray | Saleema Nawaz Photo: Thomas Blanchard.

The Koffler’s Books & Ideas series is thrilled to present bestselling author, Catherine Bush, in an online conversation with award-winning, Montreal-based writer, Saleema Nawaz, reflecting on human connectivity amidst world-changing events. Click here to register.

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Start Date November 30, 2020

7:00 PM

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Online (Zoom)

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Free

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