Elisabeth de Mariaffi's fiction has been published in The New Quarterly, The Fiddlehead, This Magazine, and The Puritan, and is taught as part of the short story curriculum at the University of Waterloo. A former host of the popular Pivot at the Press Club reading series, Elisabeth currently lives in St. John's. How To Get Along With Women is her first book.
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.
We hope you're enjoying a much-deserved holiday Monday today (whatever it happens to be called in your neck of the woods). With that extra rest, why not use that energy on one of these great literary events this week?
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Another frosty weekend? No problem. Just cozy up with one, or all, of three ReLit Award winners below, and we'll see you back on Monday.
There's a coast-to-coast roster of events going down this week, from a 40th anniversary party on the west coast to a night of readings and music in resistance on the east.
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While most other retailers are preparing (taking cover) for the coming Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, we're just over here rearranging our bookshelves. You can get quality CanLit for great prices on All Lit Up all year round so it's pretty much business as usual around ... Read more
Lots to do in this week in book events: including the ushering in of a new Giller winner! With a 3/5 chance of it being an indie book, we like those odds!
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