Caitlin Galway is an author and freelance editor. Her fiction has been published in Riddle Fence, The Broken Social Scene Story Project, the Carter V. Cooper Short Fiction Anthology Series, and by CBC Books. She has won and been shortlisted for numerous contests and has received multiple literary grants. She studied English Literature at Queen's University.
This week we launched Off/Kilter, our new column devoted to books of the magical, surreal variety, shared some monster-approved books, got a behind-the-scenes of audiobook making, and much more!
Welcome to Off/Kilter, a brand new blog column on All Lit Up devoted to books of a magical and surreal nature, featuring alternate realities, dystopian worlds, strange beasties and more. From the dark and fantastical to the joyfully absurd, we’ll explore how books within ... Read more
This week we willed some warm weather (spoiler: it didn't work) with our Do-Lit-Yourself hanging planters, read some short fiction for Short Story Month, and said farewell to two CanLit treasures.
Cue the April showers because we're ready to read cats and dogs this spring. Check out some of the books we're excited about at ALU HQ.
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