Poet and educator Karen Clavelle has long been fascinated with Scottish history and the long poem tradition. Her work has appeard in several literary journals including Prairie Fire and Contemporary Verse II. Iolaire is Karen's first collection of poetry. She lives and writes in Winnipeg.
This week fall was out in full force at ALU HQ with reading recommendations to take you into the new season, staff picks, and hot new releases for the weekend.
From that last story before bed to now, fairy tales have played a big part in many of our lives, creating a space for us to dream and a reason to wonder. They might look a little different now, but they certainly have not lost their place in storytelling across cultures. As ... Read more
Known for gorgeously crafted books since their start in 2008, Manitoba-based publisher At Bay Press continues to add new literary fiction, poetry, and non-fiction from emerging and undiscovered authors to their catalogue of books—all of which are printed and bound in Canada. ... Read more
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