Bruce Cinnamon was born in Edmonton and grew up just downstream in Fort Saskatchewan, along the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. He holds a BA in English and Creative Writing from the University of Alberta and a Master of Global Affairs from the University of Toronto. His favourite authors and literary influences include Garth Nix, Haruki Murakami, Jorge Luis Borges, Rachel Carson, Thomas King, Tomson Highway, and Italo Calvino. The Melting Queen is his first novel and is a part of the Nunatak First Fiction series.
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This week we celebrated many things: finalists of the Trillium Book Award and the Indigenous Voices Awards, Asian Heritage Month, Short Story Month, and read a new novel that'll evoke When Everything Feels Like the Movies.
This week we questioned irrational political decisions in the information age, played casting director, looked at the problem with the happily-ever-after narratives, and much more.
Cue the April showers because we're ready to read cats and dogs this spring. Check out some of the books we're excited about at ALU HQ.
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