Lorna Crozier and her partner Patrick Lane are among Canada's leading poets. Crozier is the author of ten books of poetry, including The Garden Going on Without Us (1983), the Governor General's Award-winning Inventing the Hawk (1992), Everything Arrives at the Light (1995), A Saving Grace (1996) and What the Living Won't Let Go (2000). In 1995 she co-edited Breathing Fire: Canada's New Poets with Patrick Lane.
Did someone order a literary festival? There are a whopping four this week, plus tons of launches and readings (if those weren't enough!).
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Lise Gaston's Cityscapes in Mating Season (Signature Editions) speaks from a woman's bodily experience of the world, from the reimagining of a ruined castle as a female body participating in her own patriarchal "ruining," to the pervading fear of being alone outside, in the dark. ... Read more
Welcome to this month’s edition of Jules’ Tools for Social Change, a column that features a book, author or publisher whose work deals with issues of race, gender, sexuality, ability, colonialism, economic justice, or other social justice topics. In honour of International ... Read more
Not only did the 1970s small press movement see the creation of our parent organization, the Literary Press Group of Canada, but also Saskatchewan publisher Thistledown Press. 2015 marks the 40th anniversary for both companies.