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Cardus Apr 19
The Mitchell Prize searches for poets who are grappling with transcendence and the divine, those for whom poetry is—as Christian Wiman would describe it—a form of theology. More details:
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Canada Council Apr 19
African-Canadian writer D. Nandi Odhiambo wins Hawaii's highest literary honour |
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Hamilton Apr 19
My plumber just charged me $170/hour. Editorial help is a damned bargain.
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Glenn Nuotio Apr 20
Apply by May 1st-I've heard from an extremely reliable source in Ottawa that many authors including some of its BEST KNOWN AUTHORS have not signed up. Readers check out library books, writers get paid $$! Remind your favourite local author!
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Tim Stock-Bateman 5h
Sitting on the North shore of Lake Erie, nursing an Session IPA, listening to ’s new album, reading ’s Our Homesick Songs. Can’t beat that for an All-Canadian long weekend.
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Doyali Islam 1h
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Zoë LeParque 5h
Poolside reading - "Mistakes to Run With", a stirring, powerful memoir by . Up next - "Heartbreaker" by and "Becoming" by .
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Indigo Chapters 10h
Celebrate The Great White North by picking up a book by a Canadian author!
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Amy Spurway 10h
Packing my bag and psyching myself up for tomorrow evening, when Tim Conley and I will be rocking socks off in
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Canada Council Apr 19
Heads up Canadian authors: The Public Lending Right registration period is open until May 1st! Find out if you’re eligible and register before the deadline:
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CBCSundayEdition Apr 18
"I love humour...But I don't want to just laugh. Empty laughter ultimately doesn't really nourish you. So there has to be some added heft to it." Patrick deWitt on his 'tragedy of manners' French Exit
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Adrian De Leon Apr 16
writing residencies, especially in Toronto: If you can afford to write a long-ass blog post about your white fragility and telling your token POC friend how "bad" you feel about not hiring a POC writer, you can afford to PAY and EMPLOY your writers of color.
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Mawenzi House Apr 20
In "The Harem" by Safia Fazlul, Farina is desperate to feel liberated. Her friend comes up with an irresistible business plan, but is the money worth it?
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Wayne A D Kerr Apr 20
A Pinot Noir to Die For is now available. Get your copy today. Amazon B&N Apple Books Kobo others
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Nigel Beale Apr 19
When The Ryerson Press was sold to McGraw Hill in 1970 there was a great big stink. Today, when M&S was (albeit surreptitiously) handed over to Bertelsmann (via U of T) what did we hear? Silence. Nobody seems to care. Pity.
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Nadine Clark Apr 20
Hey twitter, my grandma wanted to tell me about a collection of essays written by older women (mostly Canadian), but she can’t remember the title. Does anyone know what book she might be thinking of?
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Language Portal of Canada Apr 20
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Canada Council Apr 18
We are accepting applications for the of Canadian books into German as part of a special initiative created in partnership with to present and support abroad. To apply:
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Adrian De Leon Apr 16
Replying to @aadeleon
writing residencies: Stop claiming that you're making space or a "safe harbor" for writers of color. We've BEEN here. We've BEEN writing & living & creating. Bringing us to YOUR businesses is not just a privilege for YOU; it's our labor. And we got invoices.
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Amy Spurway Apr 18
People are talking about *Crow*...and saying some pretty fine things!
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