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Darkness At Noon
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Feb 25, 2017 | Add Comment | Hamilton Spectator

Classics with political warnings

Deborah Dundas

Dictators, military coups and fascism in worlds imagined years ago have been finding their way back...

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Books | Feb 24, 2017
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Fans in Japan rush to get Murakami book with esoteric title

Fans in Japan rush to get Murakami book with esoteric title

Books | Feb 23, 2017
Joseph Boyden

Joseph Boyden story’s originality called into question

Facing fresh allegation, award-winning author said he’d heard tale that inspired his creation several times before

OurWindsor.Ca | by Deborah Dundas
WhatsOn | Feb 22, 2017
Robert J. Sawyer

Mississauga author depicts rise of psychopath president in latest book

Prolific Mississauga science fiction author Robert J. Sawyer knows that many of his works have a certain sense of optimism to...

Mississauga News | by Chris Clay
Books | Feb 22, 2017
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National Business Book Award long list revealed

National Business Book Award long list revealed

News | Feb 22, 2017
Oakville man writes self-help book

Oakville man writes self-help book based on personal experiences

OAKVILLE — Oakville man writes self-help book called "Make the Decision," based on his personal experiences.

Oakville Beaver | by Marta Marychuk
Books | Feb 21, 2017
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Emma Donoghue to publish first children's novel

Acclaimed author Emma Donoghue to publish first novel for children

Feb 19, 2017

Mother reflects on having revenge fantasies to eventual forgiveness of her daughter’s killer

Wilma Derksen describes how she has gone from revenge fantasies to letting go in the 32 years since her daughter Candace’s...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Donovan Vincent
Feb 17, 2017

Past Alice Munro short story contest winner to release first novel

VANCOUVER, B.C. – It appears Wingham’s local writers festival has shared its support across the country.

Wingham Advance Times | Add Comment | by Kelsey Dunbar
Feb 16, 2017

'The Lonely Hearts Hotel' explores love, loss

Montreal, love, and loss explored in Heather O'Neill's 'The Lonely Hearts Hotel'

Feb 16, 2017

Stuart McLean, host of CBC's 'Vinyl Cafe,' dead at 68

Stuart McLean, host of CBC Radio's 'Vinyl Cafe,' has died

Feb 15, 2017

Aunt of drowned Syrian child Alan Kurdi writing memoir

Aunt of drowned Syrian child Alan Kurdi to release memoir 'The Boy on the Beach'

Feb 13, 2017

'Nearly Normal' revisits wilderness upbringing

Cea Sunrise Person revisits unorthodox wilderness upbringing in 'Nearly Normal'

Feb 12, 2017

He couldn’t be Romeo so he became Juliet

In his book Juliet's Answer, Canadian Glenn Dixon writes about what he learned by joining the peculiar group in Verona that...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Joseph Hall
Feb 10, 2017

Whitby writer Bryan Davies tells war story that was almost lost

The horror that was the First World War, and a veteran's tale of his experiences.

Whitby This Week | Add Comment | by Mike Ruta
Feb 09, 2017

Publishing house WeMakeBooks.ca is Willowdale's best kept secret

The detached home at 238 Willowdale Avenue in the heart of North York is one of Willowdale’s best-kept secrets. The...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Caterina Valentino
Feb 07, 2017

Young readers embracing graphic novels as they develop literacy skills

When one thinks of graphic novels, it conjures up images of dashing superheroes fighting dastardly villains.

Mississauga News | Add Comment | by Chris Clay

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