canadian-literature

Book Lovers Unite for Back-to-Back Nights Celebrating Trillium Award Finalists

Hundreds of book lovers of all ages and backgrounds swarmed the The Bram and Bluma Appel Salon at The Toronto Reference Library for back-to-back nights that celebrated Ontario’s top literary talent. (There is SO MUCH!) On Tuesday evening, everyone was welcome to attend the Trillium Award Readings and Reception. On Wednesday, loyal fans returned to celebrate the award… Read More »

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A Review of Chelsea Rooney’s Pedal

In the past year, several media stories have surfaced expressing compassion towards a group of people who have, until now, been considered nothing short of monstrous. Medium.com, Brown Political Review, The Awl and a lengthy radio segment onThis American Life ventured into unmarked territory, investigating young, non-offending pedophiles (also known as Minor Attracted Adults) who… Read More »

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6 Serious Short Stories From Canada

Canadian literature is serious. You know it, I know it, Rudy Wiebe DEFINITELY knows it. That is why the famous novelist recently said “It seems to me that laughter is too easy a way to face the ‘wilderness of this world;’ you can too easily laugh yourself past the difficulties. Laughter is not a way… Read More »

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