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Bringing kids into the FOLD

The Festival of Literary Diversity invests in the future with its new weekend for the 12-and-under set BY RYAN PORTER

THE FESTIVAL OF LITERARY DIVERSITY, based in Brampton, Ontario, is only in its fourth year, yet founder Jael Richardson is already looking ahead to its next generation of readers and writers. “I think putting all of our energy into the FOLD is really a short-term goal,” she says. “In order for the adult festival to survive, it’s really important for there to be an ongoing development of young readers and writers.”

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