Author Archives: Three O'Clock Press

Tekahionwake Exhibit at Chiefswood National Historic Site

We wanted to alert you about a special exhibit titled Tekahionwake: The Career & Celebrity of E. Pauline Johnson on now at the Chiefswood National Historic Site, near Brantford, Ontario. E. Pauline Johnson was a half-Mohawk, half-English performance artist who took the … Continue reading

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A Primer: Lily Poritz Miller’s In A Pale Blue Light

Lily Poritz Miller is the acclaimed author of In A Pale Blue Light, a close reflection of her own life growing up in Cape Town, South Africa, during the 1930s and 1940s before moving to America with her parents in her early … Continue reading

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Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Pinochet Coup in Chile

Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Pinochet coup in Chile are two of Canada’s most outspoken authors, who also happen to be related. Join Carmen Rodriguez, author of the critically acclaimed novel Retribution, and her daughter Carmen Aguirre, author of … Continue reading

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Geraldine Heaney elected into the Hockey Hall of Fame

After a three year wait, another richly deserving woman, Geraldine Heaney, is headed to the Hockey Hall Fame. Heaney says in a release, “This continues the big step that women’s hockey is taking and the pioneering of Angela James and … Continue reading

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Joni Mitchell and the LGBTQ Community

“The trick is if you listen to that music and you see me, you’re not getting anything out of it. If you listen to that music and you see yourself, it will probably make you cry and you’ll learn something … Continue reading

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Interpretations of Joni Mitchell: The Luminato Festival and Gathered Light

To celebrate the artistic brilliance and upcoming 70th birthday of Joni Mitchell, the seventh annual Luminato Festival is honouring the Canadian icon with a tribute titled Joni: A Portrait in Song, on Tuesday, June 18th and Wednesday, June 19th. The … Continue reading

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Celebrating Afghanistan: Dr. Sharifa Sharif in Kingston for CW4WA’s 9th Annual Gala

On Friday May 3rd, Dr.  Sharifa Sharif, author of On The Edge of Being: An Afghan Women’s Journey will be a special guest at the Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan’s 9th Annual Gala. Founded in 1996, CW4WA is a not-for-profit organization with the dual … Continue reading

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