Susan Musgrave, the author of more than 25 books including 'What the Small Day Cannot Hold: Collected Poems 1970-1985', has won numerous prizes, including the CBC Award for Poetry and the bpNichol Poetry Chapbook Award. She has been a writer-in-residence at universities across Canada and has given readings around the world. She lives on Vancouver Island.
It's the day after Valentine's Day, and we're ready for some Love Week REAL TALK: namely, a frank discussion about marriage from the contributors of Caitlin Press' Love Me True: Writers Reflect on the Ins, Outs, Ups & Downs of Marriage. Check out the choice contributor ... Read more
We’re already in the thick of Literary Festival Season, with great events like Halifax’s Word on the Street and Winnipeg’s Thin Air Festival already in session or just passed. We’re here with a roundup of what’s yet to come, so clear your calendar! Things are about ... Read more
Welcome to this month’s edition of Jules’ Tools for Social Change, a column that features a book, author or publisher whose work deals with issues of race, gender, sexuality, ability, colonialism, economic justice, or other social justice topics.
For the second entry in our Poetry Primer series we turn to senior poet Phil Hall. Currently the poetry editor at Toronto indie press BookThug, Hall's own poetry has been decorated with such awards as the Governor General's Literary Award for Poetry and the Trillium Book Award ... Read more
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