Monthly Archives: August 2013

Kowalski, William: The Hundred Hearts

Kowalski, William The Hundred Hearts Thomas Allen, 2013 Softcover, 292 pages Review by: Kerry Riley If it is true, and I think it is, that literature often serves as a sounding board for the collective psychic preoccupations of a particular … Continue reading

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What Our Universities Are Teaching

This is an excellent and interesting post from the National Post’s David Berry.  So encouraging to see the growth in (and modernization of) CanLit studies compared to 30 or 40 years ago. Ten authors you have to read (if you’re … Continue reading

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Support Independent Canadian Bookstores!

Kerry On Can Lit Adopts IndieBound Are you, as an enlightened and enthusiastic member of the reading public, suffering from repressed-guilt-induced book-buying ennui? Not sure? Not even sure what that might be? Take this simple test to assess the current … Continue reading

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