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Common Place by Sarah Pinder

Common Place, Sarah Pinder’s second book of poetry, is a challenging read. This is partially due to the subject matter at hand

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What’s Your Story?

The deadline for our annual writing contests is coming up fast, folks! So make sure you send in your entries and tell us your stories! Be it fiction, poetry or creative non-fiction, we want to see what you’ve got! Contest Details Deadline: Nov. 30, 2017

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Mad Richard by Lesley Krueger

  Lesley Krueger—A distant relative of the Victorian era painter Richard Dadd— creates a generous and thoughtful portrait

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From the Tundra to the Trenches by Eddy Weetaltuk

“To be frank, I have to say that the mission school, even if it was tough and I hated it sometimes, it was also like a second family for me.”

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Speakeasy by Alisa Smith

Alisa Smith’s Speakeasy tells the story of Lena Stillman’s past as a member of Bill Bagley’s Clockwork Gang of bank robbers,

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