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  • BBQ, urinals and part 1 of a tour diary by the authors of "The Great Glass See" and "In The Course of Human Events"
    2 hours ago
  • The Art Gallery of Ontario’s masterful retrospective exhibition of Alex Colville’s paintings may surprise visitors with its literary undertones. The… Rea...
    5 hours ago
  • On Wednesday night I attended the inaugural launch for untethered, a new (paper!) literary magazine. It was, in Toronto Poet Laureate George Elliott Clarke...
    8 hours ago
  • William Deresiewicz discusses “Excellent Sheep”; Maria Russo talks about the Back to School issue; and Jennifer Szalai has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is...
    9 hours ago
  • Staff Giovanni's Room finds new owner and partner; Scribd teams up with Capstone; the language of emoji; and other news. Page 1 This is all the inf...
    10 hours ago
  • Her protagonist is an imaginary hero, but he draws his power for the reader from the true history in which he is embedded More from the Reading group on Ma...
    1 day ago
  • Writer Beware®: The Blog is sponsored by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, with additional support from the Mystery Writers of America and ...
    2 days ago
  • Drew Gough offers a stunning mediation on the experience of embracing a poet he once spurned: *For years, I’ve been looking for Al Purdy. But not before ...
    5 days ago
  • The Rusty Toque - Portfolios From Issue 6 - Amy Lockhart http://www.therustytoque.com/art-portfolio-amy-lockhart.html
    5 days ago
  • Photo: Luke Macgregor / Reuters Over at BuzzFeed Books, I talked to 18 story writers about their decisions to shift focus and write novels. Some of the fol...
    5 days ago
  • Doug Ramspeck *Two poems* MUD GHOSTS And if there are no names for the land before us, there are still the cataract clouds, the shapes we watch for, ...
    3 weeks ago
  • I’d only read one poem by Tom Duddy but its simple grace stayed with me. There was a mysteriousness and sweetness to it, a gut feeling that this was a real...
    5 weeks ago

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