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  • There’s no shortage of literary festivals across Canada this summer. Here are some highlights of English-language events taking place between… Read More ...
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  • *Janine Joseph is the author of *Driving Without a License* (Alice James Books, 2016) and winner of the 2014 Kundiman Poetry Prize. Her poems and essays ...
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  • Severn Thompson in Elle Severn Thompson’s stage adaptation of my novel Elle is on the short list for a Dora Award in the Outstanding New Play category. The...
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  • Your space to discuss the books you are reading and what you think of them - Are you on Instagram? Then you can be featured here by tagging your bo...
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  • *VISZONTLÁTÁSRA* You are here you leave and come back you look back through before this you used only hello to say Looking over your back you a...
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  • After some legal wrangling, a letter from Neal Cassady to Jack Kerouac will be offered at auction.
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  • Stella Vinitchi Radulescu from *Journal with Closed Eyes* Translated from the French by Luke Hankins The August heat pierces me to the core. The flies t...
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  • I couldn’t get past the fifth page of a crime novel I’d borrowed from a friend when I read, “a tear rolled down his cheek.” I reported this to my friend wh...
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  • I mean no one is intelligent. I mean these are my thoughts. I MEAN THERE HAVE BEEN 22 PRIME MINISTERS & what I found most appalling was the work was never...
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  • Jane Bonnyman’s first pamphlet, An Ember from the Fire: Poems on the Life of Fanny Van de Grift Stevenson, is a gothic wonder of a book, an adventurous, sw...
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  • I already felt like I was to blame when my baby was born at 25 weeks. Then my husband's CEO called me a benefit hog
    9 months ago
  • American Life in Poetry: Column 496 BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE One of Grant Wood’s earliest paintings is of a pair of old shoes, and it hangs in the ...
    1 year ago

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