Archive: Authors at Harbourfront

The Festival of Authors at Toronto's Harbourfront is one of the world's foremost literary events, annually attracting many celebrated authors to the stage to read from their works. This series showcases these authors in performance and in selected clips from interviews and discussions.

Episodes

Air Date: January 10, 1989 - 28:49
At Harbourfront, James Fenton discusses his experiences as poet, theatre critic, opera librettist, and journalist, and launches "All the Wrong Places".
Air Date: January 03, 1989 - 28:50
At Harbourfront, D.M. Thomas of the U.K. launches his unconventional biography, "Memories and Hallucinations," in which he explores his past in the context of a Freudian analysis he went through.