In Review: The Week of March 26th
This week we played casting director (Hollywood can thank us now), celebrated World Theatre Day with a journey through Canada, and tuned into CBC's Canada Reads.
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On the Blog
~ We gave Lisa de Nikolits' No Fury Like That (Inanna Publications) the Hollywood treatment with our film adaptation of her funny, suspenseful novel.
~ Our World Theatre Day celebration included a look at the glacial places in Len Falkenstein's acclaimed play Lac/Athabasca (Playwrights Canada Press).
~ " I had expected criticism; I expected some resonance with the characters. But I didn’t expect the emotional reaction that I received." (Tightrope Books).
~We followed up the CBC Canada Reads contenders with the perfect follow-up reads.
Around the Web
~ Buzzfeed asks "Would you rather have a friend who loses your books, or one who dog-ears them?" and other would-you-rather questions for book nerds.
~ Hamiltonians lost beloved bookseller Bryan Prince when the store closed its doors after nearly 30 years.
~ The Atlantic Book Awards shortlist was announced this week and we're sending good-luck vibes to all the nominees.
What Else We're Reading
We're on board the stories in David Huebert's debut short story collection Peninsula Sinking (Biblioasis), which was just shortlisted for an Atlantic Book Award.
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