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N.Chambers 23m
Replying to @YVyTruong
Canada Research Chair and community driven veteran in all at the same time buddy....geez we don't have bookstore folks like we once did before.
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CanadianUK Nov 9
is proud to present an evening with some of the authors nominated for 🇨🇦’s prestigious - a must for lovers of in the UK! Register now:
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Synaeresis : arts + poetry 2h
our complete Season 1 lineup of featured readers for the brand new Mykonos Open Mic Poetry Series has now been posted -- check the website for details ...
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Tim Wynne-Jones Nov 7
Here’s your chance to grab the e-book of The Emperor of Any Place for only $1.99! Just sign up for 's E-Volt newsletter at but hurry, this special offer is for this month only. Happy reading!
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David Mount Nov 8
Although that book is important, connecting it to is misleading. Just to be clear to everyone in , the case is a rare and high profile case of a false accusation. As per the Justice Boyd’s report, the alleged assaults did not, in fact, occur
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O. Greene Nov 10
Replying to @Jeanne_August
Listening to the audiobook Vi by Kim Thuy, read by the author. The world of a Canadian Vietnamese woman has been shown to me. Brilliant and so close to the heart you can feel it in her words.
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John Keillor 15h
"The Men clustered in semi-circles around each gorilla boy art panel, discussing the images in hushed voices with an extra-deathly, creepy morbid seriousness that was wrong for a gallery." Click the link below for more.
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The Miramichi Reader 1h
"Highly recommended for crime fiction enthusiasts looking for something a little different." Lindstrom's Progress by John Moss published by 146245292128679
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Belladonna the BEAST - here for dafonte Oct 8
Lemme boost this collection of plays by Indigenous playwrights illuminating the experience and lingering impact of residential schools in Canada. INDIAN ACT features Larry Guno, Melanie J Murray, Curtis Peeteetuce & Yvette Nolan
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Nigel Beale Nov 10
So I took 's advice. I read Morley Callaghan's short story 'All the Years of her Life.' Damn it's good. First sentence of the third paragraph grabbed my attention. It stayed grabbed until the story's last sentence. So much for John Metcalf's dismissal of him.
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Deborah Dundas Sep 19
To anyone worried about books coverage in Canadian newspapers - the still has robust coverage - reviews, interviews, features - every week. I have so much fun putting it together. Come and check us out: . Follow us. Sign up.
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Vicki Den Ouden 22h
Began reading the novel by for the book club. What gorgeous writing, powerful storytelling, and interesting characters! I know what I'll be doing this chilly long weekend. 🇨🇦
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Naomi MacKinnon 1h
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Dr. Lucia Lorenzi Oct 29
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soraya 14h
Today is the 100th anniversary of the Armistice. I grew up in an anti-war family, despite service in WWI & WWII. It's my inheritance, and I'm happy for it. I studied war mostly through . So I thought I'd share two A+ anti-war texts one should read, if they so choose:
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Adrian Harewood Nov 10
Replying to @CanadasNAC
Don’t let legend ’s age, 83, or stature, not tall, fool you. She’s an absolute BOSS! She showed composer Ian Cusson & me who was in charge before we went on stage by balancing on one foot & tying the shoe of her raised leg in the most nonchalant fashion. BOSS!
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Tammy Walton Grant Nov 9
I’m kind of reluctant to switch my stuff. I must be superstitious. I have visions of losing all of my books shelved as “whew!” and having endless versions of prairie-life stories, rancher’s romances and “Who Has Seen the Wind”
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Elham A. Sep 25
This is quite possibly the happiest day of my life. I'm on a podcast! 😆
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Toronto Public Library Foundation Oct 30
Thrilled to share the news! The Jack Rabinovitch Reading Room will open in fall 2019. A fitting tribute to the man who created the , the space will be home to Jack’s personal book collection as well a diverse lineup of TPL programs. 🇨🇦
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Fainting Couch Feminists Oct 30
There are many distressed women writers in right now and I think a good way to support them is to buy their lovely books. For starters I recommend 's Pedal and 's A Mind Spread Out on the Ground. Preorder here:
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