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“There are many threads to untangle here and Bourrie—journalist, academic, and lawyer—unpicks them all. Spanning the first half of 20th-century Ontario, [George] McCullagh’s life and times become an engrossing tale of ambition, politics and bipolar illness—it’s like little else we’re likely to read this year. … It was a tumultuous life, and Bourrie tells it with wit and humour.”
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The Power of Story: On Truth, the Trickster, and New Fictions for a New Era by Harold R. Johnson (October 11, 2022) has been excerpted in Lit Hub. The excerpt was published on October 24, 2022.
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In the interview, Kevin writes,
“Querelle of Roberval isn’t about hope or morality. I wanted to create a sensation of resistance, or an ecstatic reaction, versus a boring message about ‘we can change things if we all work together’ or anything like that. Also, I hope readers discover a part of Quebec that is not the one often presented in fiction.”
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Michael Hingston, author of Try Not to Be Strange: The Curious History of the Kingdom of Redonda (September 13, 2022), was interviewed by Naben Ruthnum for The Vancouver Writers Festival podcast. The episode was published on October 17, 2022.
You can listen to the full episode here.
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In the segment on All Sides Weekend: Books, Rose calls Case Study
“an interesting book ” with a “dry, witty sense of humor.”
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