Monthly Archives: March 2013

Carolyn Pogue’s latest workshop is titled “Raising the Dead: Harvest your family tree…”

And what a title it is! Though some might think it’s got zombie overtones, Carolyn Pogue’s multi-Saturday workshops at the Alexandra Writers’ Centre in Calgary will bring up family history as a great source of inspiration for plotting and character … Continue reading

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A couple of poems from the archive for International Women’s Day – part 2

From Lnu and Indians We’re Called by Rita Joe My Grandmother

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A couple of poems from the archive for International Women’s Day – part 1

d’bi young from art on black

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Leora Freedman’s Parachuting: A cross-cultural young adult novel

Award winning author, Leora Freedman, is well-known among literary journals for her crossover young adult novels and short fiction. A citizen of the US, Canada, and Israel, Freedman has traveled extensively in pursuit of her multidisciplinary interests. With a wide … Continue reading

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