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The Old Songs By Madeline Coopsammy

Coopsammy’s novel, set in Trinidad in the 1950’s, features Tessa Joseph who is eight years old when the story begins and nineteen when it ends with her leaving the island, having won a scholarship to attend university in Delhi.

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Biblioasis’s 2019 “A Ghost Story for Christmas” Collection

Biblioasis, along with famous Canadian cartoonist Seth, have once again released three Victorian ghost stories just in time for the holiday season, and they’re fantastic.

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Glitter & Fall: A Gala Poetry/Music Recital

Di Brandt is having a gala, which will feature her work written as Winnipeg’s Poet Laureate. We featured some of this writing in our fall issue. If you’re interested in attending an evening of beautiful poetry set to music and voice, on November 25th, read on!

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What Fox Knew by Mary Barnes

Reading Mary Barnes’ poetry collection, What Fox Knew, is a fascinating journey.

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Most of what follows is true : places imagined and real by Michael Crummey

Most of what follows is true reads as the beginning of a blueprint for writing about real places, historical figures and facts, in both fiction and nonfiction.

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