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11thFloorWriters Jan 14
This is a wonderful list of authors for all readers to consider.
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Inanna Publications Jan 12
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Mawenzi House Jan 14
Humorous, though tinged with a sense of the tragic, "The Harem" by Safia Fazlul is a novel about young Asian women and their quest for freedom...no matter the cost:
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Mawenzi House Jan 11
Despite the tough situations the women in "Electric Fences" by Gugu Hlongwane find themselves in, they are still able to find dignity as mothers, daughters, students, teachers, and lovers:
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Inanna Publications Jan 11
Missed it? Author discusses her work, why Canadian literature is having a moment and why Michelle Yeoh should get the animated treatment in a movie adaptation of "The Wondrous Woo".
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Ava Homa 12h
Done. Review of That Time I loved You by talented is submitted to the feminist magazine . It’s one of the greatest Canadian magazines. Supporting
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Shay, Jack & Jae Jan 11
We have 148 authors of diverse backgrounds that teachers can consider for their classroom studies! A huge thanks to authors, educators & readers for recommending Canadian and Indigenous authors of diverse backgrounds!
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Mawenzi House Jan 12
What would happen if you witnessed your mother and sisters brutally murdered as a young child? Would you dream of revenge? Pick up "The Thin Line" by :
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Inanna Publications 23h
TONIGHT! Tune in! Author will be interviewed on 10:00pm! 'This is a little gem of a book, full of all the tales that make us and unmake us—real and imagined ones, past and present ones'
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Inanna Publications Jan 13
Reminder! All Inanna titles are 30% off until January 31 with promo code HOLIDAY18
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Glenda Newsted Jan 14
Avid reader of books borrowed from my public library AND from bookstores. Speaking up for fair pricing and stronger to ensure that libraries have books
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Mawenzi House Jan 10
"Bodymap" by maps hard and vulnerable terrains of queer desire, survivorhood, transformative love, sick and disabled queer genius:
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Jael Richardson Jan 9
This glorious book arrived today and oh my goodness, how beautiful. congratulations - to you and all your contributors.
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Mawenzi House Jan 9
"Looking Back, Moving Forward" edited by Julie C Robinson is a collection of creative works and brief essays by accomplished immigrant writers.
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Mawenzi House Jan 8
"Electric Fences" by Gugu Hlongwane is a moving collection that depicts the lives of South African black women, set during and post apartheid:
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Mawenzi House Jan 10
"Her work is helping memorialise the Hakkas of India." - on "Picture Bride" and "New Land Same Sky" by .
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Inanna Publications Jan 10
New review of "The Scent of Mogra and Other Stories" by , with thanks to ! 'The women in these stories will haunt you after you put down the book'
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Dr. Farah N. Mawani Jan 14
Speaking from experience, (and everyone else who can) make the most of 's brilliant and generous mentoring.
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Mawenzi House Jan 7
The new edition of "Nehanda" by Yvonne Vera includes an introduction by M.G. Vassanji, and a beautiful new cover to go with it:
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Inanna Publications Jan 9
TONIGHT! book launch for "Toward the North: Stories by Chinese Canadian Writers" Masonville branch, 30 North Centre Rd: 7:00pm!
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