Born in Montreal and raised in Hudson, Quebec, Louise Carson studied music in Montreal and Toronto, played jazz piano, and sang in the chorus of the Canadian Opera Company. Her previous books include the literary mystery Executor and the poetry collection A Clearing. Her poems have also been published coast to coast as well as in The Best Canadian Poetry 2013. She?s twice been short-listed in FreeFall Magazine ?s annual contest, and her poem ?Plastic bucket? won a Manitoba Magazine Award for Prairie Fire. Louise has read her work in the Montreal area, Ottawa, Toronto, Saskatoon and New York City. She lives in rural Quebec, where she gardens, writes, and teaches music.
Cozy crime hits different in the winter. It's just a fact. So throw another log on the fire, grab an extra blanky, and keep that kettle rockin' because we've got five page turners that'll keep you wondering who dunnit? all season long.
We're not going to let the current state of 2020 dampen our spooky spirits during the BEST holiday of the year. Sure, our Halloween costumes might only get play on ZOOM, and there may not be any of the usual hellish reveling in the streets or howling at the moon—but nothing ... Read more
We electronically chatted with Louise Carson—author of eleven books which include the binge-able cozy cat mystery series from Signature Editions—about influential writers, two types of rewarding moments, and what she's working on now.
Because we never need a reason to celebrate cats, we're having a mewment with these clawsome cat-adorned book covers. Scroll on if you're feline this edition of Cover Collage (which will include no further puns, we promise).
Our literary events are truly coast-to-coast this week: we're holding out for when airlines get season tickets.
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