Editor Michael Collins started teaching biology at Memorial University in 1969. He retired in 2009 and holds the title of Honorary Research Professor. Collins has authored several books on natural history and served as the president of the Natural History Society of Newfoundland and Labrador from 2010 – 2011. He lives in St. John's, NL.
Rhonda Mullins is no stranger to dark and fantastical literature, having translated several novels within that vein for Coach House Books, including The Laws of the Skies, Little Beast and more. We chat with Rhonda about challenges with translating liminal spaces, Victorian literature ... Read more
This week we cheered for the Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction winner (André Alexis, Days by Moonlight from Coach House Books), chatted with cover designer Kilby Smith-McGregor, relearned some devastating truths about our food consumption, shared some stellar weekend reads, and ... Read more
When the unique designs of the classic novels published by Gladstone Press caught our eye, we went Field Trippin' to visit publisher/designer Ingrid Paulson to get the scoop on her work to encourage new readers through fresh design, distilling the essence of a book into a single ... Read more
This week we warmed up with a borscht recipe, shared photos from our trip to the world renowned Frankfurt Book Fair, chatted with authors, and so much more.
Did someone order a literary festival? There are a whopping four this week, plus tons of launches and readings (if those weren't enough!).
Are you hosting an event featuring an author whose titles are available on All Lit Up? Send the event details, including author, book, date, ... Read more
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