ImagiNation

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ImagiNation

Year: 2017
Producer: François Dubé
Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Rachelle Solomon

Literary review hosted by Rachelle Solomon. Rachelle meets with authors in the Morrin Centre’s magnificent library during the ImagiNation Writer’s Festival in Quebec City. 

Episodes

Episode 1

Rachelle meets with James Gray, documentary director, adventurer, and author, to discuss his work and latest novel, The Curse of the Lost White City. Discover a one-of-a-kind event: Book and Wine Pairing with Yann Barrette-Bouchard, Panache Restaurant sommelier.

Episode 2

Rachelle meets with James Gray, documentary director, adventurer, and author, to discuss his work and latest novel, The Curse of the Lost White City. Discover a one-of-a-kind event: Book and Wine Pairing with Yann Barrette-Bouchard, Panache Restaurant sommelier.

Episode 3

Rachelle meets with two Quebec authors and translators, Daniel Grenier and Catherine Leroux, who have come to present their first novels translated into English. Also, Patrick Mathieu, the Firehouse Chef, discusses his latest cookbook and passion for cooking.

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