OCTOBER 23, 2018:
Toronto International Festival of Authors (TIFA): Moderator for reading and panel discussion with authors Kirsten McDougall, D. Nandi Odhiambo & Melanie Raabe.
5pm-6pm, Studio Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto
OCTOBER 28, 2018:
Toronto International Festival of Authors (TIFA) reading from The Red Word and discussion with authors Rachel Giese, Sarah Henstra & Vivek Shraya. Interviewer: Rinaldo Walcott
6pm-7:30pm, Brigantine Room, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto
JULY 10, 2018:
In Her Voice: Reading from The Red Word, 6:00pm
Ben McNally Books, 366 Bay St, Toronto
APRIL 9, 2018:
Words at the Wise: Reading from The Red Word, 8:00pm
wisebar, 1007 Bloor St, Toronto
MARCH 8, 2018:
You’re invited! The Red Word launch party will be held at The Arts & Letters Club in Toronto on March 8, 2018, 6:00-9:00pm. It’s a FREE event! Register above.
MAY 6, 2016:
Toronto District School Board Authors’ Day, Teen writers’ workshop
Robarts Library, University of Toronto, 2:00pm-4:00pm
MARCH 31, 2016:
Watch Global TV’s Book Club discussion about Mad Miss Mimic here:
Mad Miss Mimic is March’s official title for The Morning Show‘s book club. Enter by Mar. 30th to win Tea for Two at the Old Mill in Toronto with me and the host, Janet Joy Wilson!
JANUARY 18, 2016:
Common Readings: Reading from The Red Word, 8:00pm
The Bell Jar, Toronto
NOVEMBER 6-8, 2015:
Wild Writers Literary Festival, “Writing for Young Adults” Workshop (time TBA)
SEPTEMBER 27, 2015:
The Word on the Street Festival Reading/Q&A, 4:30-5:15pm
Harbourfront Centre, Toronto
SEPTEMBER 20, 2015:
Stories Old and New: Reading/Signing, 10:30am
St. John’s United Church, Toronto
During our Sunday service, author Sarah Henstra will share selections from her new novel Mad Miss Mimic and help us reflect on the obstacles that can prevent us from living full and rewarding lives.
AUGUST 13, 2015:
Flesh & Blood Characters: Writing Workshop (TPL Young Voices Program):
Toronto Reference Library Elizabeth Beeton Auditorium, 2:00-4:00pm
Characters make or break your fiction. It’s quite simple: readers will only read to the end if they care what happens to the people in the story, and they’re only going to care if those people feel real. In this hands-on writing workshop you’ll find out how Sarah Henstra crafted vivid, believable characters in her novel Mad Miss Mimic, and you’ll hear her practical strategies for bringing your own characters to life. You’ll have a chance to produce some brand-new writing from scratch, and you’ll learn about some common-but-deadly “character traps” and how to avoid them.
Questions? Contact Ken Sparling, email@example.com
JULY 17, 2015:
TPL Teens: Summer Edition Workshop, 1:00-2:00pm
Toronto Public Library, Thorncliffe branch
Pen and Paper Playground with Sarah Henstra
Get inspired! In this hands-on writing workshop you’ll find out how Sarah Henstra used fun writing prompts and games to create fresh, unexpected prose “moments” in her novel Mad Miss Mimic. You’ll hear her tips and tricks for silencing your inner critic and taking risks in your writing. You’ll share feedback, experience and advice, and you’ll have the chance to produce some brand-new writing of your own.
MAY 19, 2015:
Come celebrate with Sarah on May 19, 7-10pm High Park Curling Club, 100 Indian Rd, Toronto, ON.
More details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1546552098940672/