Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Only Shadow in the House – a magical (Sumach) mystery tour

Some more news about readings for you. Joan Donaldson-Yarmey, author of the latest Sumach travel mystery The Only Shadow in the House, will be reading from her novel in towns and cities across Alberta this December. At the following dates … Continue reading

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Radka Denemarková reading

Last week, Radka Denemarková read from her novel, Money From Hitler, at the Czech Center New York. The event was part of the New Literature from Europe 2010. Read more about Ms Denemarková’s appearance here, and more on the literary … Continue reading

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Reviews for Lily in the Snow

Yan Li’s reading at BookFest Windsor 2010 Lily in the Snow has been getting some well-deserved attention of late, and we thought we’d do a quick recap of all the goings on. First off, we’d like to thank everyone that … Continue reading

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Regarding the Women’s Daybook

Since Three O’Clock Press started this June, we have received a ton of requests for the next edition of the Sumach Press Women’s Daybook. We appreciate the interest and are proud to represent the series. Moreover, we are deeply respectful … Continue reading

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Yan Li talks about Lily in the Snow at BookFest Windsor this week

Yan Li, author of the wonderful Lily in the Snow, will be reading at Book Fest Windsor this coming Saturday, November 6. Her readings are known for moving accounts of writing in both Chinese and English, and negotiating the divide … Continue reading

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Who’s Your Daddy? Saskatoon Launch Photos

Thanks to all who attended another great event for Who’s Your Daddy? And Other Writings on Queer Parenting in Saskatoon this past Monday. Here are some of the fine faces in attendance that night:

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