Christine Fellows' songs are resolute, tuneful vessels filled with fully-formed characters and wondrous locations, lashed together with the spirit of collaboration and feminist intervention. They have sailed her to venues all over the world, sent her wheeling down the centre aisle of a darkened church wearing a papier maché bat head, set her down in a community centre near the Arctic Circle and a palazzo garden in Venice, Italy, and left audiences altered and amazed. Burning Daylight is her first poetry collection, and her sixth studio album. She lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
This year, you may have resolved to eat healthier, quit smoking, or save money. But how about resolving to be open to new inspiration? Poetry offers an accessible read suitable for a quick browse, a languid savouring, or reading aloud.
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Oh, the weather outside is certainly frightful! If you, like us, tend to take to the couch instead of the slopes in this wintry season, and, if you, like us, think that the couch is expertly paired with a good book and big mug of tea, then read on. In this edition of Do-Lit-Yourself, ... Read more
Last week we celebrated new releases with our Fall Preview: five whole days with over 20 new titles recommended. While that's a lot of books and your TBR pile for fall may be filling up faster than your dinner plate at Thanksgiving, we aren't quite finished.
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