Peter Kirby practices international law with one of Canada’s largest law firms. He was born in Cork, Ireland, and grew up in Brixton, South London. He has been recognized by The American Lawyer as one of Canada’s leading 500 lawyers and called a star in international arbitration by Benchmark Litigation. He lives in Montreal. Author website: www.peterkirby.ca
Complete the perfect gift with one of our recommended book pairings that'll surely bring warmth to the hands and hearts of even the most curmudgeonly person on your list this holiday season.
The month of blah rages on, but there's nothing blah about this week on the blog.
This week there's launches, dramatic readings, reading series, dramatic series...you name it. Don't ever tell us that we don't take you anywhere.
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As everyone winds down for the holidays, so too does our literary event listings. Here's some parties and launches going on in the throes of 2016 that you can plan ahead for. This week in lit events will be back in 2017!
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Over the last week and as we head into the last holiday weekend of the summer, our thoughts have been turning towards the upcoming school year. This week's blog content definitely had a theme plus a couple of JK Rowling mentions too. Have a great long weekend!
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