The skinny on Warner
In a post of the Fiddlehead Blog, poet George Murray discusses what makes Patrick Warner (Perfection) such a perfect example of a Newfoundland poet.
If you ever get the chance to meet Patrick-Warner-the-Person, you’ll find yourself reading him much like you’ll come to read ...
December 3, 2013
It's a given that we at Goose Lane love Douglas Glover. But did you know that Glover ...
December 2, 2013
Just in time for Christmas!
We'll have superb deals on a wide selection of (oh-so-slightly!) previously-handled books during our annual Fredericton book sale on Dec. 11-12. We've slashed prices to the bone! These books must make room for the 2014s!
All paperbacks, only $2 each! Hardcovers for $5! Have we lost our minds? Probably!
Drop by our warehouse at 450 York Street, Chestnut Complex (back door), and pick up a good read for a loved one (and for yourself: greed is good!).
Running from 11 am until 2 pm both days.
An interview with Richard Foot
In Driven, journalist and author Richard Foot recounts the struggle of two mothers who go up against government bureaucracy to change safety standards for school team vans in New Brunswick. Here, Foot details the story behind the headlines of two women driven to change the system.
I've always been interested in people who question conventional wisdom. In the years after the crash, as I watched these mothers seek answers to their sons' deaths, I was intrigued by their success in holding the government and the school system to account, despite deep opposition within their own community. How did they do it, and why? I wanted to find out.
Read the full interview here (pdf file).
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