Jaclyn Dawn grew up in a tabloid-free small town in Alberta. With a communications degree and creative writing masters, she works as a freelance writer and instructor. She now lives somewhere between city and country outside Edmonton with her husband and son. The Inquirer is a part of the Nunatak First Fiction Series.
For the CanCon-only giftee on your list who's worn out the catchphrase "Ew, David" and grew up reading Anne of Green Gables, our Bingemas selections are the double-double they're craving.
This week we cheered on the GG finalists, admired some book-cover eye candy, celebrated Women's History Month with an essay on women and art, and much more.
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