Welcome to our weekly roundup of links that have caught our eye.Read more →
Welcome to our weekly roundup of links that have caught our eye.
- Canadian author Jane Eaton Hamilton tackles the challenges of invisible disabilities in an essay for The New York Times.
- How books lit writer Rahawa Haile's journey as she hiked the Appalachian Trail.
- Michelle Butler Hallett explores gender and the world of Ami McKay's Witchy Women for Atlantic Books Today.
We are currently gearing up for the official book launch of Life on Mars by Lori McNulty on March 7th!
To share our excitement we are doing a Goodreads giveaway!
In a report to the minister of defence to be made public on January 26, 2017, Canadian Armed Forces ombudsman Gary Walbourne outlines the need for cadets to receive the same level and care of compensation available to members of the Canadian Forces — or to civilian employees — who are injured or killed on duty. This report resulted from an inquiry into the 1974 explosion at Valcartier in which six cadets were killed and fifty-four others were injured.Read more →
Continuing a tradition of highlighting the best and brightest offerings of Canadian independent presses, the long shortlists for the 2016 ReLit Awards were announced this week. Titles from Goose Lane Editions, Canada’s oldest independent publisher, were named to the long shortlists in all three categories of the award.Read more →