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Amanda Leduc 8h
So, people. THEORETICALLY, if one was to have a THEORETICAL community building retreat in the world of women and , what happens when you get to the nitty-gritty of difficult conversations? How do you build a safe space? Thoughts?
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The Giller Prize Sep 17
It is with great pleasure that we introduce to you the 2018 Scotiabank Giller Prize longlist.
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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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Amanda Leduc Sep 14
Idea: a massive retreat for women where we all just go to a lodge in Banff and read to each other and cry and drink in our pyjamas.
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Toronto International Festival of Authors (TIFA) 8h
We’re at the launch of The Unpublished City Vol. 2! Our director, Geoffrey E. Taylor, saying some opening remarks.
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Colin Sterling Sep 18
So excited to finally carve out some time in my day to read Fran Kimmel’s new novel, No Good Asking, from ECW Press.
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Anita Kushwaha Sep 18
Me and my reading buddy agree, today's mail delivery made our week infinitely better.
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Tracey Germa 7h
Brilliant read recommendation of the week - Heartbreaker by Claudia Dey. I don’t really have the words to explain it, except to say it has me paralyzed with thought. Find it. Read it. (Pick up a copy at )
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Chris Bailey 12h
So my book is number 15 on Amazon's hot new Canadian poetry list and 71 on their best-selling Canadian poetry list. They have 4 left if you're having trouble getting a copy/prefer things brought right to you
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Steph VanderMeulen 16h
Check out The Chat with Patrick DeWitt on the 49thShelf . via
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Martha Batiz Sep 16
I loved this, especially the ending. What say you, ?
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DouglasTodd Sep 13
Most educators "just can’t bring themselves to use scary vocabulary like ‘right,’ ‘wrong,‘ ‘good’ & 'bad.' Of course ‘appropriate’ is all over the place!" says lit prof Dennis Danielson. "There's something pathetic about this."
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Catherine Sep 19
Look what arrived in my mailbox today! All set to dive into the latest issue of - the Queer issue!
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Brent vanStaalduinen 9h
More reminders online today of the importance of stories that push narrative to new places. Genre-bending literature is what indie presses do so, so well. Check out presses like for stories you won't find anywhere else. doing some amazing things.
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Alline Cormier 17h
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Grace MacDonell 5h
I forgot that when I read Margaret Atwood I spend most of the book trying to figure out how I feel about it.
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Aaron Critch Sep 17
An outstanding list this year! Have already read a couple, and several others were already at the top of my to-read list - can't wait to dig in!
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Ishta Mercurio Sep 14
POLL FOR CHILDREN'S LITERATURE PEOPLE IN CANADA: If I organized a , would you come? And would you buy a ticket? Or should we crowdfund this thing? And what's your ticket price budget for live music & canapes w/ a cash bar? PLEASE RT!!!!!
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johnkeillor 9h
My brother and I were non-political until college: he went left and I didn't. His brand of corporate leftiness got him a good job at city hall. His family's great. We mostly get along but he's morally fake and that bugs me. Smart people rule at being stupid.
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Toronto International Festival of Authors (TIFA) Sep 17
Got plans this Thursday? You should come by Harbourfront Centre for the free launch of The Unpublished City Vol 2!
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