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Lowry's "lost" book published at last

Patrick McCarthy is the editor of an edition of a once-lost novel by Malcolm Lowry called In Ballast of the White Sea. The publication by the University of Ottawa Press is a first for this work. 1,452 more words


Book Review: C.J. Sansom scores again with latest Shardlake book Lamentation

Is there a period in British history that is more written about than the time of the Tudors?

The reigns of Henry VII (the dynastic founder), Bloody Mary, poor little Edward VI and Elizabeth I have provided fodder for an untold number of novels, biographies and films. 459 more words


Book events from Feb. 28


Writing a book and getting it published can be a long, hard, and bumpy road. How do you stay motivated and keep your writing spirits up? 341 more words


One Tigers game, 11 different viewpoints

Just in time for baseball’s spring training season, Windsor’s Black Moss Press is bringing out a book about going to a Detroit Tigers game.

Sunday With the Tigers: Eleven Ways to Watch a Game is a collection of essays that pay homage to the annual thrill of the grass at Detroit’s Comerica Park. 332 more words


I Would Prefer Not To

It is a chest of drawers within which dwells
a whole society of tiny men
unweaving, mothlike, so as to weave again
the selfsame fabric; each worker parallels… 63 more words


The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls

I’m going to start off by saying that I’ve been very wrong about memoirs in the past. I used to think they were all dull and boring. 342 more words

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Paris by Edward Rutherfurd

I really liked this book. If I had to use one word to describe it I would say: satisfying. For multiple reasons. First of all the size and weight of the book is just awesome to hold in your hands. 381 more words

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