Sarah Leavitt is the author of Tangles: A Story of Alzheimer's, My Mother, and Me and Agnes, Murderess. Tangles was published in Canada, the US, the UK, Germany, France, and Korea, and was a finalist for the Writers' Trust Non-Fiction Prize in 2010. It is currently in development as a feature-length animation. Leavitt teaches comics classes at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.
This week we took a poetry break with a new collection, admired artwork by an Anishinabe artist, binged Hallmark Christmas movies (you're welcome) to bring you our literary follow-up reads, and more!
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Currently one in four Canadians are acting as caregivers. Millions of people are coping with the fear, anxiety, and many changes that come along with this role and yet it's still something that isn't talked about or written about much. When writer and cartoonist Sarah Leavitt's ... Read more
Not everybody is a mother, but everybody has one. This collection of titles new and old will bring you a newfound appreciation for your mom this Mother’s Day. Read this novel, play, poetry collection, and graphic biography, then get to work on that macaroni art card.
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