Adrian De Leon, a Filipino Canadian, studies history at the University of Toronto and is currently a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Hawaii, Manoa, and the University of Washington, Seattle. His poetry, fiction, and scholarly articles have appeared in various periodicals and journals. He lives in Toronto.
This week the quarantine didn't stop us: our National Poetry Month celebration ALU DiscoverVerse continued with five more poets, the 2020 Griffin Poetry Prize shortlist was announced, celebrity libraries were revealed, and more.
This National Poetry Month is an action-packed celebration of twenty-four poets who write in all kinds of spaces and explore all kinds of styles and themes that delight, offer reflection, and soothe our spirits. Join us here on the blog throughout the month for our feature poets, ... Read more
Our annual Gift Guide Week is back with hand-picked selections by authors we admire for all kinds of readers on your holiday gift list. First up is author, poet and Writers' Trust finalist Téa Mutonji who shares six choice titles for everyone on your list from best friends ... Read more
This week we cheered for this year's Canada Reads finalists, worked up an appetite for food-covered books, rounded up books for Black History Month, and much more.
This week we earned some baking cred with a new cookbook dedicated to cookies, concocted a tastier-than-it-sounds cocktail to pair with a new poetry collection, interviewed authors, and more!
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