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"I like that kids have fewer filters, and they really don't care about your reputation" | Q&A with poet/writer JonArno Lawson

I admire writers who can appeal to different audiences. JonArno Lawson is one such writer. He has written for both adults and children with a zeal that is infectious that anybody would want to continue to read more of his work. 1,718 more words

Querying the Quiet |Review of "The Quiet" by Anne-Marie Turza (2014) House of Anansi Press

We have all experience moments around us when things are quiet. A hush surrounds us and we become lost in our thoughts until a little sound disturbs us. 523 more words

Inside the Buggy Mind of an Immigrant | Review of "Cockroach" by Rawi Hage (2008) House of Anansi Press

We all have a notion of what it is like to be an immigrant to our country. Usually it is based on the stories of people who came before us. 1,006 more words