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Wednesday, April 08, 2009
11th Blue Metropolis Montreal International Literary Festival April 22-26, 2009
Blue Met launches 2009 lineup; A.S. Byatt to be honoured- The Globe and Mail

Byatt will be one of more than a dozen high-profile international authors at the festival. Margaret MacMillan, Giles Blunt, Nino Ricci, Erika Ritter and M.G. Vassanji will be there representing Canada. Others include: Laure Adler (France), Tariq Ali (Pakistan), Donald Antrim (USA), Stéphane Audeguy (France), Johannes Auer (Germany), Pablo de Santis (Argentina), Tijs Goldschmidt (Netherlands), Marek Halter (France), Nikahang Kowsar (Iran), János Lackfi (Hungary), Daniel Mendelsohn (USA), Khireddine Mourad (Morocco), Jean-Luc Outers (Belgium), Linda Polman (Netherlands), Sergio Ramirez (Nicaragua), Reza (Iran), Meir Shalev (Israel), Domenico Starnone (Italy), Zakaria Tamer (Syria), Krisztina Tóth (Hungary), François Vallejo (France) and A.B. Yehoshua (Israel).

Montreal's Blue Met announces lineup - CBC

- A focus on freedom of expression involving human rights activist Marek Halter, exiled Iranian cartoonist Nikahang Kowsar and MacMillan, who wrote Paris 1919: Six Months that Changed the World and will speak about censorship in China.

Schedule:

Saturday, April 25, 2009
WRITERS IN PERIL
An opportunity to hear from festival participants who have first-hand knowledge of the dangers that writers and journalists face in bearing witness to the events of their day. With Nikahang Koswar, Margaret MacMillan, Linda Polman, Sergio Ramírez. Hosted by Dennis Trudeau. Duration: 1:15

Reporters Without Borders, Media@McGill

Sunday, April 26, 2009
CARTOONISTS IN PERIL: NIKAHANG KOWSAR
Exiled Iranian cartoonist Nikahang Kowsar, who now lives and works in Toronto, presents his work and chats on-stage with Rupert Bottenberg. With Nikahang Koswar. Hosted by Rupert Bottenberg. Duration: 1:15

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