Irish Times

Canada Day: Eileen Battersby's guide to Canada's best writers
Irish Times
No human lifetime would yield sufficient time to explore the beauties of the Canadian landscape. It is so vast that not even its three million lakes appear to cram it. Canada offers clean air, open spaces, the wonders of the Aurora Borealis up in the ...

The Globe and Mail

Speaking with some of the 2015 Order of Canada honourees
The Globe and Mail
I really want to write a novel about the building of the Alaska Highway, which involved thousands of African-Americans who came up from the Deep South during the Second World War to build the highway in segregated conditions in Northern Canada.

Submissions announced for Taste Canada, The Food Writing Awards
The Guardian
Canadians love to read about food. You might expect it from people who enjoy cooking and do a lot of it. However I've been told by people who don't do much cooking at all that they enjoy having a beautiful, well-written cookbook beside the bed for ...

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Essays on Canadian Writing was established in 1974 as a scholarly journal of criticism and review devoted to the study of Canadian literature. We are receptive to all critical approaches and to all theoretical modes of inquiry. Submissions are welcome in English and French.

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