16 2018

CHW Literary Levee Featuring Elizabeth Renzetti

7:15PM - 9:30PM  

NCJW Building, Council House 4700 Bathurst Street
North York, ON M2R 1W8

Contact ATID Chapter CHW

$ Cost $ 40.00

ATID chapter , together with Chaverot Chapter, present our much-loved LITERARY LEVEE back again!

Featuring Elizabeth Renzetti, author of "Shrewed: A Wry and Closely Observed Look at the Lives of Women and Girls"

Free parking in lot or on side streets

Evening includes: Reading • Q & A/Discussion • Dessert reception • Silent Auction • Door Prizes • Book Swap

Tickets: General admission - $40 • Patron – $100* • Benefactor – $150*
*includes a signed copy of the author’s book, recognition on promotional materials/social media and a tax receipt for the maximum allowable amount.

Pre-registration required.
VERY limited tickets available at door.

Register online at:
or call 416-630-8373.
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About the Author:
Elizabeth Renzetti is a columnist for the Globe and Mail and has reported for many years from Toronto, Los Angeles, and London. She is also the bestselling author of the novel Based on a True Story, which was a finalist for the Kobo Emerging Writer Prize and a Canadian bestseller. She lives in Toronto with her husband, author and Globe and Mail columnist Doug Saunders, and their two children. Shrewed: A Wry and Closely Observed Look at the Lives of Women and Girls launches in April 2018.

About “Shrewed":
Why are there so few women in politics? Why is public space, whether it’s the street or social media, still so inhospitable to women? What does Carrie Fisher have to do with Mary Wollstonecraft? And why is a wedding ceremony Satan’s playground?

These are some of the questions that bestselling author and acclaimed journalist Elizabeth Renzetti examines in her new collection of essays. Drawing upon Renzetti’s decades of reporting on feminist issues, Shrewed is a book about feminism’s crossroads. From Hillary Clinton’s failed campaign to the quest for equal pay, from the lessons we can learn from old ladies to the future of feminism in a turbulent world, Renzetti takes a pointed, witty look at how far we’ve come — and how far we have to go.

If Nellie McClung and Erma Bombeck had an IVF baby, this book would be the result. If they’d lived at the same time. And in the same country. And if IVF had been invented. Well, you get the point.

Sponsor: CHW Toronto