Kate Sutherland was born in Scotland, immigrated to Canada as a child, and grew up in Saskatoon. She studied first at the University of Saskatchewan, then at Harvard Law School. She is the author of two collections of short stories, Summer Reading (winner, Saskatchewan Book Award for Best First Book) and All in Together Girls, and the poetry collection, How to Draw a Rhinoceros (shortlisted for a Creative Writing Book Award by the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment). Her stories and poems have appeared in various magazines and anthologies including Best Canadian Poetry and Best American Experimental Writing. She has done residencies at Hawthornden Castle in Scotland and at the Leighton Artist Studios in Banff. She lives in Toronto where she is a professor and conducts research in the fields of Tort Law, Feminist Legal Theory, and Law and Literature at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University.
This week's roundup includes a spooky Read Harder Challenge, a look at poetry and collage, a tasty vegan recipe, and more.
There are a lot of amazing group readings and events this week, as well as some stunningly singular launches and talks. Do. Not. Miss.
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This week in eastern Canada lit events: reading series in Toronto and Montreal, and an evening of readings and music in St. John's.
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As you'll soon see, we're not over the election – we won't be over it as long as terrible things keep happening. See how that and other literary happenings played out this week.
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Did someone say festival season? Eden Mills, and Word on the Streets Halifax and Saskatoon are all this week, plus great readings and signings.
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This week: author dee Hobsbawn-Smith continues her What Can't Be Undone tour in BC, the Trillium Book Awards readings take place in Toronto, and Marilyn Dumont and Lee Maracle host an discussion on National Aboriginal Day. Plus more!
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