In 2004,Garry Ryan published his first Detective Lane novel, Queen’sPark. The second, The Lucky Elephant Restaurant,won a 2007 Lambda Literary Award. He has since published eight more titles inthe series. In 2009, Ryan was awarded Calgary’s Freedom of Expression Award. Hecurrently lives in Calgary.
Tons of launches and reading events going down this week in Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton, and Vancouver. Go, won't you?
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Vacations are great, right? But, oh, the packing. Either you forget a critical item (Sunscreen, perhaps? Pants, for the truly free-spirited?) or manage to haul a small caravan’s worth of stuff for a weekend out of town. Don’t fret: we’ve rounded up the ten best literary ... Read more
We’re doing a spin on the classic holiday ditty, “The Twelve Days of Christmas” with our 12 Days of CanLit series this holiday season. Sing along with our countdown of themed book picks, straight down to our number 1 (that’s 78 books in all!).
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Toronto is lucky enough to be hosting World Pride 2014, an international event that encompasses activism, education, and the history and culture of global LGBTTIQQ2SA* communities. While the party is happening out on the streets, we’ve put together a reading list for any down ... Read more
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