Born in Montreal, Daniel Goodwin has lived and worked across Canada as a journalist, teacher, and communications and government relations executive. His writing has appeared in The Globe and Mail, The Calgary Herald, The Telegraph Journal, The Antigonish Review, and The Literary Review of Canada. He lives in Calgary with his wife and three children. Sons and Fathers is his first novel.
If you spent your Family Day long weekend (for those of you lucky enough to have an extra day off) marathoning the rest of your Netflix queue, you may now be left with some extra time on your hands. We have just the books to add to your to-do list.
Several scientific and some not-so-scientific studies have concluded that women read more fiction than men. When they read, men usually choose non-fiction. If pressed to explain their preference, men come up with a variety of reasons. But most commonly, men believe that non-fiction ... Read more
No rest for the literary, friends. This week, check out some poetry (or read your own) at the Hart House Review speakeasy in Toronto, laugh/sigh at Canadian politics with Terry Mosher in Quebec, and launch it up with Guernica Editions.
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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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