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By Kenneth Oppel

Part science lesson, part animal rights crusade, part morality tale, part coming of age story, Half Brother is a departure from bestselling author Kenneth Oppel’s better-known fictional worlds of flying ships and bats. All the ... Read More »

September 13, 2010 | Filed under: Book news

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Q&Q welcomes Susan Linton, who has taken over as publisher. Susan has been involved in magazine publishing for many years, working on such titles as Chatelaine, Financial Post, and enRoute. Most recently she was vice-president, ... Read More »

April 1, 2008 | Filed under: Book links

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Q&Q welcomes Susan Linton, who has taken over as publisher. Susan has been involved in magazine publishing for many years, working on such titles as Chatelaine, Financial Post, and enRoute. Most recently she was vice-president, ... Read More »

April 1, 2008 | Filed under: Book links

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When the technology bubble burst and took the computer-book market with it, it didn’t just affect publishers and booksellers – authors were hit too. For Canadian tech gurus who made their names with computer and ... Read More »

November 8, 2004 | Filed under: Book news, Events

By Larry Gaudet

We reviewers regularly exceed our word counts by begging Canadian fiction writers to up the literary ante. Enough already with the rural incest weepers, the featherweight urban satires, the well-worn immigration stories, we rail. Where ... Read More »

February 23, 2004 | Filed under: Fiction: Novels