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
It's our fifth annual All Lit Up Summer Book Club! Despite not being patio-side this year, we'll be spending the next two months gabbing virtually with publishers and authors and each other about books — follow along with us! This year's instalment of book club brings you ... Read more
If you've been finding it hard to read with all of this uncertainty in the world, we recommend catching the tail-end of Short Story Month with our tasty list of short story reads, all with a swirly bent on the strange and surreal. Here in the Off/Kilter Kitchen, we give you ... Read more
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If you thought last week had all the festivals, think again; this week has Thin Air in Winnipeg, Fog Lit in Saint John, Victoria's Festival of Authors, Poetry Weekend at the University of New Brunswick, Kingston Writers' Fest, and a bevy of readings and book launches.
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Would you believe it? There's not one, but two seasonal launches this week, as well as a ton more readings, book launches, and events to take a gander at.
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In a current climate where girls, cis and otherwise, are told, sometimes viciously, that their concerns are invalid and that their personhood is "less than", we're excited to see that feminist presses publishing positive books that challenge patriarchial norms. Today, on the ... Read more
Holy toledo: our 13 featured book events this week are truly coast to coast to coast: from Victoria, to Halifax, to Whitehorse! Bundle up (unless you live on the West Coast, in which case, stop making the rest of us jealous) and head out to one (or all!) of the great events ... Read more
If you’re at all familiar with All Lit Up, you know that we tend toward the quirky, the new, the different. Our unique Inspire! preview gives you the lowdown of not-to-miss sessions with some of our fantastic authors and publishers for almost every kind of reader: nine things ... Read more
The fall is filled with fabulous literary festivals. Think author signings, readings, writing workshops — and the opportunity to discover great new books and meet Canadian publishers and editors.
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