Heather Nolan is a writer, musician and photographer from St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. Her most recent work can be found in Viator, Newfoundland Quarterly, WORD Magazine, The Paragon, and The Overcast. She was longlisted for the 2017 CBC Poetry Prize. Her work explores connections between landscape, place, and identity.
For our final week of our July book club, we've rounded up four follow-up reads to Shani Mootoo's Polar Vortex (Book*hug Press) that'll keep the reading times rolling.
This week included freaky gems for Women in Horror Month, advice for writer's block, a conversation about gender equality and inclusivity, #IReadCanadianDay, and more!
This week we get our philosophy hats on, take up BooRiot's Read Harder Challenge, recommend weekend reads, and more.
This week All Lit Up Read the Provinces wraps up with eight authors from the Newfoundland, PEI, Northwest Territories, and Yukon. Plus, bookish Twitter divided again, and more, below.
At All Lit Up we know Canadian books to be compelling, genre-bending, out-of-the-box literature that we love to share. That's why all January long we're bringing you interviews with authors from every province and just about every territory along with excerpts from their books. ... Read more
All Lit Up turns five today! With growing pains behind us, we're blowing out our candles with a look back on five of our favourite features on the blog AND five + five books we loved this year.
It's still Canada Day in our books! Our celebratory cheers today are for all the gorgeous, compelling, and exciting reads coming out of our country. Check out our list of books that celebrate writers in every province.
This week we welcomed spring (in our hearts and future reading piles) with our spring preview, rounded up some of our favourite fairy-tale-inspired books, discovered debut fiction, and more.
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