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Studio D’s legacy and an important film on Attawapiskat by Alanis Obomsawin

The National Film Board of Canada ran a transformative wing of its productions in Studio D. From the 1970s to 1990s, film documentaries released by Studio D followed the landmarks of feminist activity, as well as the many tensions which … Continue reading

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Black History Month author: Rayda Jacobs

Rayda Jacobs wrote The Middle Children in 1994 with Second Story Press. The book is a series of linked short stories that touch on Ms Jacobs’ own upbringing as a ‘middle child’, those South Africans who were discriminated against during … Continue reading

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Feast of Lights, by Ellen S Jaffe, a young adult novel

Celebrating Hanukkah is bittersweet this year for twelve-year old Sarah Goldman and her parents, who are mourning the recent death of Sarah’s little brother. But when Sarah lights the candles on the menorah, she finds herself magically transported back to … Continue reading

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“A great miracle happened there” — Three O’Clock Press celebrates Chanukah

Over the next few days Three O’Clock Press will be celebrating the holiday season by featuring all of our titles that highlight aspects of Jewish life. Surviving the harrowing experiences of the past; experiencing the joys of the holiday season; … Continue reading

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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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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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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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