Celebrating its 20th anniversary, WLC’s five-part Kama Benefit Reading Series has attracted over 200 of Canada’s leading authors and public intellectuals, such as Margaret Atwood, David Suzuki, and Michael Ondaatje. With the support of these and many other authors, Kama has grown to be one of Toronto’s most exciting and sought-after literary events.
This year, 15 authors have come together in support of WLC, a registered charity that has commanded respect and admiration for delivering literacy projects that improve the lives of women and children in Canada, India, and Nepal. See www.worldlit.ca for the full line-up and themes.
Doors open at 6:30pm for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, and readings begin at 7:00pm. Books are available for purchase at each event, and there are book signings at the end of each reading. Single Tickets are available, or Series Tickets for all 5 evenings.
Each $275 Series Ticket Includes:
- Five intimate evenings of readings, conversation and book signings
- Complimentary cocktails and hors d’oeuvres
- A charitable tax receipt for $150
- Gift certificates and prizes
Half-price tickets available for those under 30! Tickets are $130 for all 5 evenings and $30 for a single evening.
Proceeds from the series go directly to support our literacy program overseas, and our global citizenship programs in Canada.
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