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In Review: The Week of May 4th
This week we launched our first-ever Indie Reading Room series with two virtual reading events (keep up with what's coming up here or on social media) — thanks to all who joined! Read on for what else we got up to on the blog.
On her mother's life, politics, and Quebec: A interview with Louise Dupré
Celebrated Québécois author Louise Dupré’s memoir, A Woman of Her Time: Memories of My Mother (Linda Leith Publishing) is an intimate homage to a woman who insisted on living a life on her own terms. It is also political, hard not to be in a province when the Quiet ... Read more
This Week in Lit Events: November 13-19th
Our literary events are truly coast-to-coast this week: we're holding out for when airlines get season tickets.
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Aux livres, citoyens! French Translations for Bastille Day Reading
On this date 225 years ago, a swarm of French revolutionaries stormed a symbol of their absolute monarchy: the fortified prison Le Bastille Saint-Antoine. Why not celebrate their tenacity with some French-authored translations by LPG publishers?
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