In Review: The Week of March 20th

March 25, 2017

It's a fresh new season both in weather (well, we're still kind of waiting for that one) and in books. In between getting our spring reads on with all the new titles out there, we stopped to pluck this week's literary tidbits for you.

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On the Blog


~ We got our poetic form down with this poetry primer for World Poetry Day.

~ We continued riding the poetry wave with John Nyman’s debut poetry collection, Players, in Poetry in Motion.

~ We travel to Temagami, Ontario in Jesse Ruddock's Shot-Blue for this edition of Where in Canada.

~ Author Miriam Matejova talks accents and identity: "My accents cement my place in the emigration limbo; they keep me somewhere in between, marking me as 'the other' everywhere I go."





Around the Web



~ Tickle me yellow? The wor d pink used to be yellow .

~ The case for reading in lieu of relationship therapy.

~ What does the dictionary have to do with marriage equality?  Lit Hub defines it.






What Else We're Reading

If you loved Kerry Clare's Mitzi Bytes we'd suggest The Secret Life of Roberta Greaves by Ann Birch (Inanna Publications) complete with all the same mystery and intrigue.



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