Michel Hellman lives in Montréal. He is the author of Iceberg (2010) and Le petit guide du Plan Nort (2013), as well as Mile End (2011) which was translated to English by Pow Pow Press in 2015. His sketchbooks and portfolio can be found on his website : www.michelhellman.com.
After a holiday hiatus, In Review is back to give you the Coles Notes on literary happenings around the web and in our own backyard. Scroll on for our bookish news and recommendations.
Last year we resolved to expand our reading of new literary voices and while we'll continue that this year, we're making more reading resolutions in 2017. Find out below what each member of team ALU is resolving this year, and which books we missed in 2016 that we're putting ... Read more
It’s been said of singer-songwriter J.F. Robitaille to “imagine docile singer-songwriter Jack Johnson, except with a book of Leonard Cohen poems in his hands, not a surfboard.” We couldn’t think of anyone more perfect to revitalize our Liner Notes column, with J.F.’s ... Read more
Over the last couple of months All Lit Up has welcomed three new publishers to our community. Read on to learn more about Mother Tongue, Pow Pow, and Stonehouse.
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