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Events

Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 7 p.m. in Toronto: Kate will be speaking about Serial Monogamy at the Runnymede Public Library (http://www NULL.torontopubliclibrary NULL.ca/detail NULL.jsp?Nr=p_cat_branch_name:Runnymede)

Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. in Toronto: Kate will be speaking about Serial Monogamy at the Northern District Library (http://www NULL.torontopubliclibrary NULL.ca/detail NULL.jsp?Nr=p_cat_branch_name:Northern%20District)

Saturday, Oct. 1 in Kingston, Ontario: Kate will be participating in the Kingston Writers Fest (https://www NULL.kingstonwritersfest NULL.ca/), where she will be teaching a Master Class (https://www NULL.kingstonwritersfest NULL.ca/events/29-writing-past-historical-fiction/) on historical fiction, participating in a panel with author Steven Price (https://www NULL.kingstonwritersfest NULL.ca/events/36-victorian-investigation-historical-fiction/) and reading at a speakeasy (https://www NULL.kingstonwritersfest NULL.ca/events/39-saturday-night-speakeasy/).

Monday, Oct, 3 in Ottawa: Kate will be one of the featured authors at Read for the Cure (http://www NULL.readforthecure NULL.ca/events/ottawa-2016/) at the Marriott Hotel.

Thursday, Oct. 6 in Collingwood, Ont.: Kate will be talking about Serial Monogamy at the Collingwood Public Library (http://www NULL.collingwoodpubliclibrary NULL.ca/client/en_US/cwood/?rm=MEDIA2%7C%7C%7C1%7C%7C%7C0%7C%7C%7Ctrue)

Thursday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. in Oakville, Ontario: Kate will be having a conversation about things literary with novelist Andrew Pyper at Archetype Books (http://www NULL.archetypebooks NULL.ca/events), 305 Lakeshore Rd. E.

 

News

Kate answered some questions from other authors as part of CBC Books Magic 8  (http://www NULL.cbc NULL.ca/books/2016/09/magic-8-kate-taylor NULL.html) series

The Globe and Mail has published an excerpt (http://www NULL.theglobeandmail NULL.com/arts/books-and-media/summer-reading-a-preview-of-kate-taylors-new-novel-serial-monogamy/article31198868/) from Serial Monogamy.

In May, 2016, Kate won a National Newspaper Award (http://www NULL.nna-ccj NULL.ca/globe-mail-takes-top-honours-national-newspaper-awards/) 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 NULL.com/news/toronto/crystal-myths-behind-the-roms-philanthropic-facade/article23653032/) about philanthropic donations to the Royal Ontario Museum.

 

Some background  

Here is some information about Ellen Ternan (http://www NULL.theglobeandmail NULL.com/arts/film/how-dickenss-mistress-lost-her-cloak-of-invisibility-for-all-time/article16394812/) 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 NULL.com/books/2016/apr/06/charles-dickens-and-the-women-who-made-him?CMP=share_btn_tw).

London’s Dickens Museum is opening an exhibition about Catherine Dickens (http://dickensmuseum NULL.com/blogs/exhibitions/100668038-the-other-dickens-discovering-catherine-dickens)

The unique biosphere of the Scarborough Bluffs (http://www NULL.theglobeandmail NULL.com/news/toronto/the-scarborough-bluffs-are-rarely-seen-but-theres-a-plan-to-change-that/article30020049/) puts in
an appearance in Serial Monogamy (http://www NULL.katetaylor NULL.ca/SerialMonogamy)