Gallery Peruvian-Ecuadorean border 1982, as described in Nights in the Yungas Alaska, 1984 Poster for a reading by the “Novel Fiction” group, Montreal, 1987. Visiting Laurentian Mountains, Quebec, with Nino Ricci, 1988 Poster for a talk in Hungary, 1989 Reading in Montreal, 1990 Other Americas launch, Librairie Ficciones, Montreal, 1990 Manaus, Brazilian Amazon, 1992 Little Clarendon Street, Oxford, 1994 Poster for a reading in Oxford, 1995 Cetinje, Montenegro, 1997. Scene of the final story in North of Tourism The Places Where Names Vanish launch, Collected Works, Ottawa, 1998 Bookstore window at The Miller’s Tale, Almonte, Ontario, during tour for North of Tourism, 1999. When Words Deny the World launch, The Bookshelf, Guelph, Ontario, 2002. As Co-Director of the University of Guelph/ University of Saskatchewan Latin American Semester in Guatemala, 2003. Reading with Tom Henighan at joint launch of The Streets of Winter and Mercury Man Ottawa, 2004 Lecture at Agostinho Neto University, Luanda, Angola, 2005 Speaking with Ernesto Cardenal, Managua, 2006. Signing copies of A Grave in the Air at Eden Mills Writers’ Festival, Ontario, 2007. Setting up a presentation with Ondjaki, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, 2008. Literary conversation with Jeffrey Moore near Val-Morin, Quebec, 2009. Reading from the Spanish translation of “The Tongue Below,” Linares International Literary Festival, Mexico, 2010. As Coordinator of the 2011 University of Guelph Paris Semester. Helping Mia Couto to prepare for his first public reading in English, Ottawa, 2013. At Colorado College with Rawi Hage and Madeleine Thien, Colorado Springs, 2014. Translator Donald Winkler, Biblioasis publisher Dan Wells, author Samuel Archibald and Stephen, as editor of the Biblioasis International Translation Series , at the 2015 Giller Prize dinner. Reading with Kathy Page at Salt Spring Public Library, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, 2016. Interviewing the Kaqchiquel-Maya folksinger Sara Curruchich, Guatemala City, 2017. Stephen signs copies of Blue River and Red Earth at the Cormorant Books booth at the Word on the Street Festival, Toronto, 2018. Stephen reads from Blue River and Red Earth to students of English literature at the University of Tübingen, Germany, 2019. Stephen signs copies of the Spanish translation of The Path of the Jaguar at the Festival Internacional del Libro de Guatemala (FILGUA), 2022. Stephen reads from the Spanish translation of The Path of the Jaguar at Salón Berlinés, Berlin, Germany, 2023.