In Review: The Week of January 14th
This week we created a poetry-inspired cocktail, looked to books to help keep resolutions on track, chatted with authors, and much more.See more details below
On the Blog
~ Get the recipe for our super smooth Super Moon cocktail best paired with a selection from Diana Hayes' poetry, This is the Moon's Work (Mother Tongue Publishing).
~ We rounded up four books to help keep realize four common New Year's resolutions.
~ Elee Kraljii Gardiner chatted with us about her latest collection Trauma Head (Anvil Press), her fave writerly moments, and productive writing spaces: "I work well in waiting rooms and hospitals—the stasis of waiting amidst a hum of activity that does not require my attention or social interaction suits me!"
~ Our #fridayreads was Tyler Hellard's breakaway debut novel Searching for Terry Punchout (Invisible Publishing) a combo of King Leary, Garden State, and Born Into It "that will resonate with any reader who has wondered if you can ever really go home again."
Around the Web
~ McSweeney's guide to making it known you definitely read War and Peace. Step 1: know the title.
~ Two Winnipeggers are working to create a library for queer people of colour in their city.
~ Bookstore cats make the pawfect addition to our Instagram feeds.
What Else We're Reading
Mandy's reading Lucy Haché's Stars (At Bay Press), which made the CBC Books's top Canadian poetry works in 2018.
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