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Non-Fiction Pick 2017!?

We’ve got big things brewing that we’ll be letting you in on when we record our Historical Fiction podcast in a few days. In the meantime, we need your help picking our non-fiction selection for March. 48 more words

Refugee Hotel (Montreal)

The Refugee Hotel
Written by Carmen Aguirre, Directed by Paulina Abarca-Cantin
A dark comedy about exile, love and the Canadian resettlement experience

Oct. 26-Nov. 13, 2016… 325 more words


Upcoming literary events in Edmonton

Saturday, Oct. 1: Calgary’sFrisbee Rob” McLeod and his four-time World Champion Frisbee catch dog Davy Whippet will have activities and fun as he launches The Davy Rule, a picture book teaching kids about acceptance and kindness, 12 p.m., Audreys Books. 611 more words

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Something Fierce: Memoirs of a Revolutionary Daughter by Carmen Aguirre


I love a good memoir, especially one that comes from such an unusual history. Here’s the back cover info:

The winner of CBC’s Canada Reads 2012, Something Fierce by Carmen Aguirre, re-issued by Vintage Canada.

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One loud woman and a girl on a train travel to the the top of this week’s National Post Bestseller List

The National Post Bestseller List is reported weekly by a different Canadian bookstore, featuring local favourites alongside national hits. This week’s list courtesy of Another Story Bookshop (315 Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto). 368 more words


Mexican Hooker #1: And My Other Roles Since the Revolution by Carmen Aguirre

Aguirre previously wrote “Something Fierce“, about her revolutionary life in South America after the Chilean coup that killed Allende’s socialist revolution. Something Fierce won the CBC Canada Reads competition in 2012. 146 more words

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