13 September 2017 10:05 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

Elisabeth Moss, star of the Emmy-nominated Handmaid's Tale, paid tribute Wednesday to Margaret Atwood, the Canadian author whose sci-fi novel was adapted for the popular Hulu drama.

"Thank you, Margaret, for enriching the world with your talents and your work, and the opportunity to be part of that," Moss told Atwood after she read from the 1985 dystopian novel as part of the launch of the Audible audiobook service in Canada during the Toronto Film Festival.

"If The Handmaid's Tale really happens down in your country, you're welcome to flee here," Atwood later joked with Audible founder and CEO Don »

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