Ursula Pflug is author of the novels Green Music, The Alphabet Stones and Motion Sickness; the story collections After the Fires and Harvesting the Moon; and the novellas Mountain and Down From. Her award-winning short fiction has appeared internationally in prestigious genre and literary publications for decades. Pflug has won small press awards in the U.S. from Dark Regions and Rose Secrest, and, in Canada, has been a finalist for the Aurora Award, the 3-Day Novel Contest, the Descant Novella Award, the ReLit Award, the KM Hunter Award, the Sunburst Award, and others. She is a Pushcart nominee. She lives in Norwood, Ontario./p
We can't count our age on one hand anymore: All Lit Up turns six today! To commemorate our birthday, we're counting to six with a look back on six of our favourite moments on the blog AND six + six books we loved this year (+ discounts & a contest!).
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This week we bid farewell to our ALU summer book club with four follow-up reads, got a little Off/Kilter, shared reflections from Indigenous authors, and more!
If you loved our August Book Club read Seeds and Other Stories by Ursula Pflug, we've got a few recommendations to keep the last vestiges of your summer full of the fantastical.
This week includes author interviews, books recommendations for all kinds of summer moods, book picks for armchair travel in the time of quarantine, and more!
We've got a roundup of five books for all kinds of summer reading tastes—from a page-turning action-adventure to the "Fast Car" of novels to a queer slice-of-life drama, our book recommendations will fit all of your summer reading moods.
This week we bookclubbed, completed another Read Harder Challenge, chatted with authors, and more!
This week includes August book club, a baseball essay, sickness poetry, horror as a tool for anti-racism, and more.
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