If you're getting ready for a weekend of praying to whatever shrine of Obama HOPE posters and #ImWithHer candles in advance of the coming US Election next Tuesday, take a lit break to catch up on what we got up to on All Lit Up this week, and maybe discover a book to shield your eyes with, while you're at it.
~ Daylight savings time is coming to an end this Sunday, and daylight is about to get a whole lot more scarce. We've got you covered with
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~ Did we mention the Giller Light Bash? We'll be heading to the Toronto edition, but there's
bashes all across Canada. Buy tickets for the one in your zone, folks!
~ The Toronto Star reports on how the
Moleskine notebook cream-colour paper-cutted its way into our hipster hearts at the peak of the digital age (see Lauren's embarrassing heap of moleskines at left).
Last weekend Tan attended CanZine at Toronto's AGO, and scored a copy of Pac'n Heat, an anthology of noir shorts about Ms. Pac Man. This slim volume packs a ton of fun – but of course it would, with so many great contributors. If their tales of greed and ghosts have got you looking for more work to devour, check out some of the ALU selections written by Pac'n Heat contributors
Lisa de Nikolits,
Jacqueline Valencia, and
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