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Unearthing Soraya Peerbaye’s Tell

Tell, Soraya Peerbaye (Pedlar Press, 2015). Reviewed by Tanis MacDonald              Tell, winner of the Trillium Award for Poetry and finalist for the 2015 Griffin Poetry Prize, is a book with a history. I read … Continue reading

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Virgins, slavery, and rejection

Awards Congratulations to Alice Munro, winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature for “master of the contemporary short story.” Munro is the 13th woman to win the prize since 1901, and the first Canadian woman to do so. Congratulations … Continue reading

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Linkage: Pitching, diversity, and poetry apps

Criticism & Reviews Is literary criticism a dying art? Does it make sense to make that assertion in a review of a new collection of criticism? Magazines & Journals There’s a lot of advice floating about on how to pitch, … Continue reading

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