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Penguin Turns 40 at IFOA

On October 28th, 2014, Penguin Canada celebrated its fortieth anniversary as part of the Harbourfront Centre’s International Festival of Authors (IFOA). To commemorate the event, four authors joined a round table discussion to discuss the transformative power of literature and Penguin books, specifically. 556 more words

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The Road Narrows As You Go, by Lee Henderson: Review

The Road Narrows As You Go
by Lee Henderson
Hamish Hamilton.
512 pp; $32.95

The heroine of Lee Henderson’s sprawling novel about art and commerce in the 1980s is Wendy Ashbubble, an ambitious young cartoonist who flees her Victoria home for San Francisco, where she sets up shop in a dilapidated hilltop mansion and artist commune dubbed No Manors. 945 more words


Exciting new books for fall 2014: the Red Brick Reads autumn semester syllabus

Quit complaining about summer drawing to a close (I can hear you through the internet, I have the technology) and be excited for the excellent autumnal book releases heading your way. 963 more words


News for the film: 'Til Death... and more!

It seems I’m putting up more news than fiction, but it is what it is.  The film I worked on last year and of which I am very proud has had some public breakthroughs as of late.   175 more words

Hot August Night in action!

Short clips of Russell Books’ event Hot August Night, August 20th 2013

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Hot August Night Was Hot!

On August 20th Russell Books hosted it’s fourth consecutive event, Hot August Night, in our cool Vintage location. A great evening of heart rending, knee-slapping, and truly incredible readings followed. 19 more words

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Lee Henderson

Lee Henderson is the author of The Broken Record Technique, which was widely praised and went on to win the Danuta Gleed Literary Award. He has also won a Western Magazine Award for his short fiction and his work appeared in the prestigious Journey Prize Stories in 2000 and 2006. 79 more words

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