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The 40th Anniversary of the First Novel Award · thewalrus.ca

The 40th Anniversary of the First Novel Award · thewalrus.ca | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
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Yiddish writer Rosenfarb's works and life examined - San Diego Jewish World

Yiddish writer Rosenfarb's works and life examined - San Diego Jewish World | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
By Donald H.Harrison SAN DIEGO—Perhaps if the late Yiddish novelist Chava Rosenfarb had lived to see how many people crowded the Seuss Room at UCSD’s Geisel Library to hear a discussion about The Tree of Life, her trilogy about life in the Lodz ghetto,...
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Inheritance (if you liked *THE NEST*...) | The 49th Shelf

Inheritance (if you liked *THE NEST*...) | The 49th Shelf | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
The Nest by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney is the title everybody is talking about that the moment. Here are some excellent CanLit companions.
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Book club: 13 Ways full of poignant insights

Book club: 13 Ways full of poignant insights | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl Mona Awad Penguin Random House The Vancouver Sun’s book club is discussing 13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl, by Mona Awad.
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The best Doors Open Toronto 2016 events

Mural tours, literary readings in a courtroom and a behind-the-scenes look at Honest Ed’s are some of the most interesting free events this year
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Immigrant poets express their journey through verse | Canadian Immigrant

Immigrant poets express their journey through verse | Canadian Immigrant | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
Immigrant poets express their journey through verse
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A North American Education - A Collection of Short Fiction by Clark Blaise

I discuss the collection as whole, and take note of a few themes that come up again and again in CanLit. Follow me on Twitter: ...
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‘World Film Locations: Toronto’ author interview

‘World Film Locations: Toronto’ author interview | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
World Film Locations: Toronto by editor/author Tom Ue is the latest in a series of books that focuses on a
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Assistant Professor, Poetry | UBC Creative Writing

Assistant Professor, Poetry | UBC Creative Writing https://t.co/1FI3AD6qqf
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New Issue: Radio, Film, and Fiction #225 (Summer 2015)

New Issue: Radio, Film, and Fiction #225 (Summer 2015) | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
RT @canadianlit: NEW ISSUE CANLIT #225, Laura Moss’ inaugural issue as the 6th editor of Canadian Literature: https://t.co/i41CYiz0YX https…
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Four from Edmonton area win Alberta Lieutenant Governor emerging artist awards

Four from Edmonton area win Alberta Lieutenant Governor emerging artist awards | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
Ten Alberta emerging artists have been rewarded $10,000 each for their creativity and imagination by the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Arts Awards Foundation. Included in the list of winners is re…
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Writers Adventure Camp opens its doors for a second year

Writers Adventure Camp opens its doors for a second year | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
Zsuzsi Gartner's four-day retreat offers cross-genre workshops for writers to experiment outside of their comfort zone
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There Are Whales Alive Today Who Were Born Before Moby Dick Was Written

There Are Whales Alive Today Who Were Born Before Moby Dick Was Written | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
Some of the bowhead whales in the icy waters off of Alaska today are over 200 years old
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Best Short Fiction in Canadian Magazines | NMA 2016 Nominees

Best Short Fiction in Canadian Magazines | NMA 2016 Nominees | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
On June 10th hundreds of Canada's top writers, artists, editors, designers and other creators will come together to acknowledge creative excellence at the 39th annual National Magazine Awards. One of the awards to be presented that evening in...
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Nine To Noon | Radio New Zealand National

Nine To Noon | Radio New Zealand National | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world.
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Review: Morality, power and the powerless collide

Review: Morality, power and the powerless collide | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
Principles to Live By by David Adams Richards Doubleday Canada With his new novel Principles to Live By, New Brunswick writer David Adams Richards continues his career-long inquiry into the nature of morality, the relationship between the powerful...
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Review: Marxist authors examine 2008 meltdown

The Servant State: Overseeing Capital Accumulation in Canada By Geoffrey McCormack and Thom Workman Fernwood Publishing “Everybody knows that the dice are loaded; Everybody rolls with their fingers crossed; Everybody knows that the war is over; Everybody...
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Ed Riche on political correctness and turning into a deer

Ed Riche on political correctness and turning into a deer | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
The St. John's novelist on his satirical new novel about a man who turns into a deer.
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HarperCollinsPublishers/UBC Prize for Best New Fiction | UBC Creative Writing

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Writers’ conference includes graphic narrative in the mix, celebrates 15th year

The Kachemak Bay Writers’ Conference will mark changing tides in the literary world and the Homer community with its 15th year. Sarah Leavitt, a writer from Vancouver, British Columbia, will give the conference’s first workshops on graphic narrative.
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The Oral History of the 'Wayne’s World' 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Scene

The Oral History of the 'Wayne’s World' 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Scene | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
Mike Myers and crew tell the inside story of how the rock-opera hit became an iconic movie moment.
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Grade-level Science Vocabulary List for Science Writers and Editors

Grade-level Science Vocabulary List for Science Writers and Editors | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
Or, How to write science at a level kids can understand. Science vocabulary, by provincial curriculum grade level Children's writers turn to vocabulary lists to ensure their target audience won't find what they write inaccessible.
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“Beware: It’s Going to Be Very Personal:” An Interview with Guillaume Morissette | THE PURITAN

“Beware: It’s Going to Be Very Personal:” An Interview with Guillaume Morissette | THE PURITAN | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
RT @myradbloom: I chatted w/ Guillaume Morissette about identity politics, autofiction, and Twitter: https://t.co/BSKTnPRskC @anxietyissue…
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Dancing In a Jar by Adele Poynter

Dancing In a Jar by Adele Poynter | Canadian literature | Scoop.it
Dancing In a Jar is a quiet, gentle epistolary novel. A refreshing look at a time gone by, in a place where the author grew up, and a community that knew how to live in the present and make the most out of life.
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