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The Burgess Shale: The Canadian Writing Landscape of the 1960s by Margaret Atwood

The Burgess Shale is not a typical scholarly work, but instead a transcription of Margaret Atwood’s lecture to the University of Alberta

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Season’s Greetings from Prairie Fire!

‘Tis the season for Season’s Greetings! From all of us at the Prairie Fire ranch: May your holiday season be full of good cheer, warm sweaters and great reads! Cheers, everyone! —Andris, Janine & Lindsey

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Prairie Fire is looking for Love…

Spring is coming! So, what better time to talk about love‽ We want to talk about love in all of its forms; love that changes us, love that corrupts, love that enlightens, love that drives us crazy. Love for ourselves, love for a partner or partners, love for family, friends, children, animals, places, things, etc. […]

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#IndianLovePoems by Tenille K. Campbell

#IndianLovePoems, a poetry collection by Tenille K. Campbell, provides evocative, truthful words about love without silencing her Indigenous perspective.

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Dead White Men by Shane Rhodes

  Canada is so haunted by the spectres of dead white men that they almost seem inescapable, a presence so persistent as to be definitive.

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