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In Review: The Week of May 18th

THIS WEEK: literary follow-ups to give your Netflix queue a break, author chats and inside scoops, tips to finding a book without its title, and more. 

Watch This, Read That: Netflix Edition

If you relate hard to those "Netflix are you still watching memes?" here are three literary follow-ups to your favourite shows to offset all the binge-watching.

Quoted: Remember, It’s OK: Loss of a Parent

Inspired by their own experiences with loss, and seeing how so many suffer alone with their grief, Remember, It’s OK (Blue Moon Publishers/Next Chapter Press), is a new series of books that open the doors of grief. The co-creators (author Marina L. Reed and psychotherapi ...

Under the Cover: Seizing absurdity in Devolution

Author Kim Goldberg takes us behind the cover of her surrealist, satirical collection  Devolution (Caitlin Press): a personal act of extinction rebellion written over ten years, Devolution evolved from the playful mindset Kim held to cope with a personal cancer battle ...

Writer's Block: Bridget Canning

Bridget Canning, author of  The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes and the more recently published Some People's Children (Breakwater Books), chats with us about bike riding to discover new perspectives, getting out of the house on a perfect writing day, finding out what ...

Two Poems From Tablet Fragments

Tamar Rubin grew up immersed in Hebrew, Jewish traditions and texts, in a secular household, the daughter of an immigrant mother. In becoming a physician, she learned yet another language: medicine. All of this history comes together in Rubin’s first published collection, ...

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