Heather O'Neill has lived in Virginia and Montreal. She is a spoken word artist, musician and writer, widely published in journals as well as widely known on the Eastern Seaboard for her spoken word performances. She wrote the screenplay for the film St. Jude, directed by John L'Ecuyer, and is the author of the award-winning novel Lullabies for Little Criminals.
Back at it for another year, we at All Lit Up made reading resolutions to challenge us throughout 2021. Scroll on for our reading resolutions and books in our TBR piles this year.
We've got a lot to review this week: from staff discussions and goodbyes to biographical fiction and video games to ill-advised literary wine campaigns...it's all here in our weekly roundup!
There's a ton of inspiring, amazing women in this week's blog features on All Lit Up, including a nod to our own mothers who we literally wouldn't be here without, and some short but mighty fiction.
For Women's History Month, we've saved Wednesdays for highlighting Canadian women writers, their latest work, and their writing process. This week, we feature Danila Botha, whose latest short story collection For All The Men (and Some of The Women) I've Known (Tightrope ... Read more
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