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For Mother's Day, we're putting together a list of CanLit's most memorable moms. Let us know your suggestions and we'll add them to the list.More Info
A list of books written by authors that live or lived in Edmonton, AB, Canada.More Info
They say the second book is the hardest to write. And there’s a few reasons for it. Follow-up pressure isn’t really one of them. It’s the fact you’re never more mid-evolution than in a second book. You’ve learned what you could have done better with the first book, but you haven’t yet learned what you could have done better with the second one. Also, your second one might lack that uninhibited, fearless verve in your first one, as you try and be more refined, working towards that evolution that might not be apparent until number three. So what an awkward place Book Number Two can be for a writer. I mean, there’s that adage, “Everyone has one book in them.” It implies maybe we don’t all have a second book in us. Below are a dozen second books of fiction that I really admired and would highly suggest. Sharp writing, and good reads, that possibly showcase these writers at a unique stage in their evolution.More Info
Another great season from HGD! With new books from member publishers Heritage House Publishing, RMB | Rocky Mountain Books, TouchWood Editions and Brindle & Glass, we have a dynamic assortment of non-fiction and fiction. Combined with titles from Mother Tongue Publishing, Royal British Columbia Museum and a variety of Agency and Distributed titles, there is something here for everyone!More Info
Zoe Whittall is the author of two literary novels - the Lambda award-winning Holding Still For As Long As Possible and Bottle Rocket Hearts. She has published one short novel for adults with low literacy skills called The Middle Ground (Orca Books, 2010.) She won the Writers' Trust of Canada's Dayne Ogilvie Award in 2008. Her poetry books include The Best Ten Minutes of Your Life,The Emily Valentine Poems and Precordial Thump. She edited the anthology Geeks, Misfits & Outlaws in 2003. She lives in Toronto. http://zoewhittall.blogspot.com/More Info