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Q&A: Author Andrew J. Borkowski on the author/editor relationship

What do authors think about editors? What do authors think makes the difference between a good editor and a great editor?

In January, BoldFace asked author… 664 more words

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Andrew J. Borkowski wins Toronto Book Award for Copernicus Avenue

Andrew J. Borkowski’s linked collection of short stories, Copernicus Avenue, is the winner of the 2012 Toronto Book Award, it was announced on Thursday. 105 more words

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Short story award short list announced

Vancouver Island’s Daniel Griffin is shortlisted for the Danuta Gleed Literary Award for best first English-language collection of short story fiction published in 2011.

The other shortlisted authors are Toronto-based writers Andrew J. 68 more words

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Lost in the old world and the new: a review of Copernicus Avenue by Andrew J. Borkowski

By addressing moments in time through short stories, Borkowski is instead sharing pieces of these lives with us, conferring an intimacy upon the reader that might be missing from a larger, more sweeping narrative. 987 more words

Book Review

The Event: TYPE Books and the Year of the Short Story

Carolyn Black (The Odious Child), Dennis E. Bolen (Anticipated Results), and Andrew J. Borkowski (Copernicus Avenue) celebrate the Year of the Short Story at TYPE Books. 639 more words

Literary Event

Open Book: Copernicus Avenue, by Andrew J. Borkowski

The shadow of the old Soviet Union looming over Eastern Europe looms over the Spring 2011 Canadian fiction list. So far this book season has featured Antanas Sileika’s story of postwar Lithuanian resistance to the Russians in his novel… 1,081 more words

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On the town with Andrew J. Borkowski

Standing on the corner of Roncesvalles and Howard Park avenues on a recent Monday morning, Andrew J. Borkowski looks south, towards the lake. “This, to me, as a kid growing up, was kind of the edge of town,” he says. 183 more words

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