Literature

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Tickets Available For BookFest Windsor

(WINDSOR, ON) – BookFest Windsor may be at the Art Gallery of Windsor this year, but organizers are still partnering with the Capitol Theatre’s new…


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Volatile Detroit Featured In New Novel

(DETROIT, MI) – Detroit’s unparalleled collapse serves as the subject for Les Cochran’s new novel, Sax Club. Detroit was riding high with the production of…



The Party Wall, written by Catherine Leroux, translated by Lazer Lederhendler, and published by Windsor's Biblioasis, has been nominated for a Giller Prize and a Governor General's Award.Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Biblioasis Garners Second Prestigious Nomination

(WINDSOR, ON) – Lazer Lederhendler is a Montreal-based translator who specializes in contemporary Québécois literature. He has been named a $25,000 Governor General Award for…


Chatham author Craig Shreve read from his new novel "One Night In Mississippi" at the BookFest 2015 announcement.Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Giller Prize Nominees At BookFest Windsor

(WINDSOR, ON) – Congratulations to Catherine Leroux, translator Lazer Lederhendler, and Windsor’s Biblioasis on being shortlisted for Canada’s most prestigious literary fiction award, The Scotiabank…


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Kim Lunansky, A Second Look

Kim Lunansky, author of How to Teach Your Kids To Swear, has become a very well known writer in the paranormal scene. I recently had…



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Children’s Author To Visit Windsor Library

(WINDSOR, ON) – Internationally renowned children’s author Christopher Paul Curtis will reading at the Windsor Public Library’s main branch tomorrow, from 9:30am until 10:30am, to…


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Homeless, Not Hopeless Fundraiser

(WINDSOR, ON) – Homelessness can be eliminated. That is the message a local journalist/author is bringing to the forefront in his recent book, Homeless-not Hopeless,…


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Shakespeare First Folio Exhibition

By Pam Marcil (DETROIT, MI) – The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) is the host site for “First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare,”…