IN THE MEDIA: Biblioasis Round-Up

The Discovery of Funny

SPOILER: You will not find it sitting at my desk.

We’re thrilled to learn that Terry Griggs’ The Discovery of Honey has been longlisted for the Leacock Medal . The Leacock is given annually for the best Canadian book of literary humour. Three shortlisted titles will be named May 2, which is today! Refresh! REFRESHI

Speaking of shortlists

K.D. Miller’s “Olly Olly Oxen Free” has been nominated for a 2018 National Magazine Award, as has David Huebert’s short story “Maxi.”  You can also listen to David chat with CBC about Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

In the Cage

Our thanks to Prairie Fire for this terrific review of Kevin Hardcastle’s In the Cage. In Simcoe County? This Friday, May 4, at the Maclaren Art Centre, Kevin will read from his work and talk about the import of the region to his writing.

Along the Coast

Rachel Lebowitz and Amanda Jernigan are on road on the East Coast this week. Catch them Thursday in Halifax, Friday in Sackville, Saturday in New Fredricton, and Sunday in New Glasgow. Full details are available on our site.