Toronto Star

Nine Canadians make Dublin IMPAC Literary Award long list
Toronto Star
?I've never been on a big fiction jury before, a big novel prize,? said Pullinger from London, where she lives while teaching creative writing and digital media at Bath Spa University. ?The books are nominated by librarians so it's a much, much more ...

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Two ways to halt the decline of authorship in Canada
The Globe and Mail
Canadians love Canadian writing. We read it, celebrate it with awards, recommend it, debate it online and in traditional media. Witness this paper's hiring of Mark Medley, one of Canada's most respected book critics, to edit the revitalized book ...

National Post

Carolyn Wood: We need more Canadians in 'Canadian' publishing
National Post
The decision to close the warehouse here will result in the loss of 120 Canadian jobs, including the position of CEO of HarperCollins Canada. David Kent, who has held that particular post for the past 13 years, is an ardent champion of Canadian writers ...

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