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By Craig Flinn

There has long been a shortage of cookbooks that anthologize the recipes of Canadian chefs. Deserving and talented candidates of all ages and from across Canada draw international plaudits, yet to date, most publisher...

January 4, 2010 | Filed under: Food & Drink

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As mentioned previously on Quillblog, Nimbus Publishing will be releasing Atlantic Canada's 100 Greatest Books this month. The editors are currently running a contest to see if you can guess the top five. Neil Peart&h...

October 9, 2009 | Filed under: Book news

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Some people say that going to writing school doesn’t pay, but this year, one lucky and skilled writing or illustration student will walk away from the Writing for Young Readers Workshop offered by Toronto’s Humber&hel...

February 23, 2006 | Filed under: Book news

By Lazar Sarna

He Claims He Is the Direct Heir is Montreal lawyer Lazar Sarna’s fourth poetry collection, but his first in over a quarter-century. In their conceits and concerns and their bleak gallows humour, Sarna’s poems are…

October 21, 2005 | Filed under: Poetry