Algoma University welcomes CBC Canada Reads author, Natalie Zina Walschots

 Photo Credit: CBC Radio

Natalie Zina Walschots (, author of the CBC Canada Reads shortlisted book, Hench, will be virtually visiting Algoma University at 4:00 pm on Tuesday, 26 October for Algoma Reads.

Hench rewrites the superhero genre to raise important questions about power, morality, precarious employment, and how we make use of data – among other fascinating contemporary issues that students will be discussing with Walschots.

The event is free and open to the public. Please email Algoma.[email protected] to register and receive the link to join the virtual event. All welcome.


  1. This person is a promoter of hate speech! Please Trudeau rush through some unwanted censorship laws and lock down the Internet too, we cannot have this

      • Interesting how you repeatedly resign yourself to bullying, name calling and insults.
        I greatly dislike her brand of feminism because it’s not about the bettering of women but rather the putting-down of men. Her brand of feminism requires all women to be victims while vilifying men and identifying women as strong only if they don’t have or refuse to have men in their lives which is strongly socially damaging. It’s resulting in fatherless families and alienating fathers which is damaging to children, families and leads to lower literacy, lower income, lower overall grades/scholastic achievement, higher criminality among youths.

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