In Review: The Week of April 10th

April 15, 2017

We're eggstatic about the Easter long weekend because our agenda mostly consists of eating chocolate until the bunnies come home, and catching up on our TBR piles. But before we hop off, we rounded up the weekly book news and share our weekend book pick, below.

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On the Blog

 

Week 2 of our National Poetry Month series Poets Resist saw these five poets resisting homophobia & transphobia:

 

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~ Christopher Gudgeon and Assdeep in Wonder (Anvil Press)

~ Zoe Whittall and The Emily Valentine Poems (Invisible Publishing)

~ Gwen Benaway and Passage (Kegedonce Press)  

~ Jane Byers and Acquired Community (Caitlin Press)

~ Faizal Deen and The Greatest Films (Mawenzi House)

 

 

Around the Web

 

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~ Two ALU-member publishers had books shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry PrizeSilvija by Sandra Ridley (BookThug), and Injun by Jordan Abel (Talonbooks).

~ If you liked Zoe Whittall's The Best Kind of People and Sarah Polley's directorial chops, get ready for the book-to-film adaptation

~ When your Goodreads TBR pile is so long it should be on your TBR pile, spring clean that list.

 

 

 

 

What Else We're Reading

 

We like to get down with a good mystery, and C.S. Reardon's The Spanish Boy (Signature Editions) is said to promise intrigue set against the backdrop of some of the momentous events of the twentieth and earliest part of the twenty-first centuries.

 

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