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Toronto, Sunday, March 26, 2017, 5 p.m.  Kate will be reading at Junction Reads (https://junctionreads NULL.wordpress

Hamilton, Tuesday, March 28, 7 p.m. Serial Monogamy will be jousting for top spot in the Battle of the Books (http://www NULL.hpl the Hamilton Public Library, 55 York Blvd.

Hamilton, Saturday, April 8 at 8 p.m. Kate will be discussing fiction about marriage with Shari Lapena, author of The Couple Next Door as part of the gritL (http://www NULL.gritlit festival at the Art Gallery of Hamilton.

Hamilton, Sunday, April 9 at 11:30 a.m. Kate will be conducting workshop about writing historical fiction at the gritL (http://www NULL.gritlit festival at the Art Gallery of Hamilton.



Serial Monogamy has been nominated for the Ontario Library Association’s Evergreen Award (http://www NULL.accessola NULL.aspx). The nominees are chosen by librarians; the winner is chosen by readers! If you live in Ontario, you will be able to vote for Serial Monogamy at your local library in October, 2017.

CBC Radio recommends Serial Monogamy for its Winter Reading List (http://www NULL.cbc NULL.html)

Kate spoke recently with Shelagh Rogers on The Next Chapter (http://www NULL.cbc NULL.html?autoPlay=true&clipIds=&mediaIds=2697320707&contentarea=radio&subsection1=radio1&subsection2=entertainment&subsection3=the_next_chapter&contenttype=audio) on  CBC Radio (http://www NULL.cbc

Kate answered some questions from other authors as part of CBC Books Magic 8  (http://www NULL.cbc NULL.html) series

The Globe and Mail has published an excerpt (http://www NULL.theglobeandmail from Serial Monogamy.

In May, 2016, Kate won a National Newspaper Award (http://www NULL.nna-ccj in the arts and entertainment category.  The award recognized the work of Kate and colleagues Greg McArthur and Jacquie McNish for a Globe and Mail story (http://www NULL.theglobeandmail about philanthropic donations to the Royal Ontario Museum.


Some background  

Here is some information about Ellen Ternan (http://www NULL.theglobeandmail and her relationship with Charles Dickens that Kate Taylor previously published in The Globe and Mail.

The Guardian defends Dickens’ attitude to women (http://www NULL.theguardian

London’s Dickens Museum is opening an exhibition about Catherine Dickens (http://dickensmuseum

The unique biosphere of the Scarborough Bluffs (http://www NULL.theglobeandmail puts in
an appearance in Serial Monogamy (http://www NULL.katetaylor