Stevie Howell's poetry and literary criticism has appeared in publications throughout Canada and abroad. She has released two chapbooks, Royal and Ringsend, and a pamphlet entitled Looting the Museum. In 2013 Howell's poem "Brief Review" won the 2013 Arc Poetry Journal Critic's Desk Award. She has also been a finalist for the Montreal International Poetry Prize. For her day job, she works as an editor for Spacing magazine. She lives in Victoria.
Holy Toledo: there are THREE LPG40 events coming at'cha this week in St. John's, Vancouver, and Winnipeg! Not enough? There's also IFOA going down in Toronto, and some author readings mixed in for good measure.
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Word on the Street Toronto and Word Vancouver are this week, but if you don't live in those two cities, no problem. There's something literary going on almost everywhere!
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Stumped on what to buy for your lit-finicky family and friends this season? We're featuring hand-picked selections for your giftees (or yourself, lest we ourselves be judged) all week, from experts in poetry, short stories, mysteries, YA/kids, and fiction.
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This week in book events — celebrate the Giller Prize in style at one of the Giller Light Bashes across the country; learn more about Canada's armed forces with Susan Evans Shaw, author of Canadians at War; and celebrate the Montreal launch of The Beautiful West and the ... Read more
Autumn brings with it many fine things: sweaters and their butch counterparts, sweater-vests; the return of the school year; the only season with an alias (a.k.a. 'fall'). Most importantly, though, it heralds a new season of titles from publishers across Canada, and All Lit ... Read more
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