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Palimpsest Press
Canadian small press since 2000, publishing poetry, fiction, and select nonfiction.
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Shawna Lemay Jul 14
I love seeing my flower book in such lovely company.
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Palimpsest Press Jul 12
These summer days make for the perfect reading weather–– What are you reading?
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knifeforkbook Jul 11
Find this and other beauties here.
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Open Book Jul 11
THE NAP-AWAY MOTEL () by shows the lives of 3 compelling characters searching for healing at a Kingston Road motel. She talks to us today about her powerful novel, her research process, & how the motel itself became a character:
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Palimpsest Press Jul 12
Open Books give us a closer look into the making of The Nap-Away Motel and the Scarborough building it was named after.
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Nadja Lubiw-Hazard Jul 12
Nadja Lubiw-Hazard on Creating her Scarborough Novel, The Nap-Away Motel, as "Grounded in a Sense of Place" via
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Palimpsest Press Jul 10
Check out The Mean Game in The Inquirer!
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CBC Books Jul 8
Check out these award-winning books by Canadian authors.
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Klara du Plessis Jul 8
This is nice! Thanks for the shout-out!
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All Lit Up Jul 2
It's still Canada Day in our books! Check out our list of exciting reads from every province at the click.
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49th Shelf Jul 1
The quintessential book list for Canadians, featuring 150 – yes, 150! – must-reads
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Palimpsest Press Jul 1
Happy Canada Day! Pick up a book by a Canadian author today 📖🇨🇦
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Jessica Coles Jun 29
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Every time I picked up the book, I couldn't help pausing to take pleasure in its size and texture, to delight in the book as a tangible object.
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Jessica Coles Jun 29
I've had 's "The flower can always be changing" in my purse since my friend gave it to me as a birthday gift a few months ago. I read the last poem this morning.
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RC Weslowski Jun 26
John Wall Barger joined us on Wax Poetic today ⁦⁩ to read from Mean Game reading and from the book ⁦
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League of Can. Poets Jun 21
It's ! Create space for Indigenous stories on your reading list w these 14 books to read for : Includes poetry by Lee Maracle, Columpa Bobb, Tania Carter, , and Katherena Vermette.
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Canadian Literature Jun 14
Check out Emily Wall's "Navigating Disconnection" published in our most recent !
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Catherine Graham Jun 13
Big thanks to and for visiting my class today Lakeshore Campus. The students loved hearing about , and !
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Canadian Literature Jun 14
David Zieroth's "the bridge from day to night," W. H. New's "Neighbours," Claire Kelly's "Maunder," and Lisa Martin's "Believing is not the same as Being Saved" were reviewed by Emily Wall:
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