Robert Chafe’s new book Two Man Tent isn’t a short story collection, a novel, or a work of non-fiction, but it borrows from all of these genres.
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Joe’s Hemorrhoid is one of the biggest villains to ever appear in a Newfoundland novel.
MUN’s New Writer-in-Res: Sara Tilley Teaches Clowning and Improvisation As Elements Of Writing Process
“Tilley is also working with a percussionist and a vertical dancer to create a performance piece that will take place at the Queen Elizabeth II Library.”
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“Bell Island’s Paul Bowdring revels in language.”
2 Canadian novels and 2 books of shorts to cover all your reading needs for the beach this summer …
“It’s a little more explicit in its descriptions and language used” says Critch of the Blaze imprint.
Patricia Bergeron will speak at SJIWFF’s Scene and Heard Film Industry Conference this weekend.
“For the pittance that it costs our government to run these libraries, I think they really enrich the lives of our communities in ways that cannot be counted. So this, ” he said, hoisting the award, “is for the library in Buchans.”
“There was something very freeing about writing Flannery, I let myself be goofy, to have fun with voice.” – Lisa Moore
Little Dogs New & Selected Works is a marriage of consequence and desire.