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The article takes a look at 'banned books' in the social media era, where the 'imagination police' dominate and a form of 'fictional aparteid' is taking place, and moreover why we have a duty to buy t...
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Catch-22 is a satirical, historical novel by the American author Joseph Heller.
Fame & Fortune Online
Comprehensive listing of awards available to Canadian journalists.
Feminism's March from Nation to Home - interview
Against The Current vol. 163
Against The Current
Johanna Brenner interviews Ninotchka Rosca.
Fiction v nonfiction - English literature's made-up divide
Fiction v non: an English affliction?
The Guardian Weekly
Some cultures do not distinguish between fiction and nonfiction - and instead talk of 'stories'. Is that a barrier to English-language writers and publishers? Or should they just learn to enjoy tellin...
Is 'urban fiction' defined by its subject – or the skin colour of its author?
Black writers see 'urban fiction' as ghettoising their work.
Why are black authors of urban fiction treated differently from white novelists of the same material? Carlene Thomas-Bailey speaks to self-published black authors in the US who complain of 'seg-book-g...
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Lassie is a stage name for several dog actors. The fictional character was created by Eric Knight in a short story expanded to novel length called Lassie Come-Home.
London, Jack - Writings - Index
Writings of Jack London (1876-1916).
The Cambridge Companion to Canadian Literature
Broad surveys of fiction, drama, and poetry, Aboriginal writings, Francophone writings, autobiography, literary criticism, writing by women, urban writing, nature writing, travel writing, and short fi...
Good Fiction Guide
Reflections on Media in Canadian Fiction
A basic look at the effects different forms of media have had on Canadian novels and film adaptations and cyberspace, and how these affect the sense of time and space and national identities.
Rootless but Green are the Boulevard Trees
A play about growing up Indian - and Canadian - in Winnipeg. A family from Madras copes with a dual identity.
The Shadow by the Door
di Masso, Gerardo
An Argentinian guerilla recalls the struggle and his dead comrades. Now in exile, he tries to keep his sanity by escaping from the unbearable present through his memories of an adolescent summer in th...
Traces of Magma
An Annotated Bibliography of Left Literature
An annotated bibliography of left wing novels which deal with the lives of working people during the twentieth century.
BookTelevision: The Channel
Spotlights fiction, non-fiction, erotica, psychology, cookbooks, sports writing, poetry, drama, movies, political speechwriting, journalism, advertising, websites, comics, children's lit, the popular ...
Covers the range of contemporary arts in North America, including architecture, dance, theatre, poetry, fiction, photography, painting and film.
Literary magazine. Established and emerging writers. Summary of the year in Canadian publishing.
For school-age children 6 to 9. Science, nature, stories, games, puzzles, comics.
Literary magazine produced by senior creative writing students. Content solicited from Canada and abroad. Prose, poetry, image, and text.
Fiction, poetry, essays, drama, interviews and art.
Literary magazine that features a wide variety of literary and artistic (visual) forms. Experimental approaches to genres in creative writing.
People, ideas & culture in the Victoria area.
Canada's largest literary magazine. Featuring fiction, non-fiction, reviews, comix, and poetry. Motto: "the imagined Canada is this country's greatest creative act."
New Canadian and international writing.
An in-school Canadian magazine for students aged 9-12. Topics include: current events, Canadiana, science, popular culture, books, technology and puzzles.
Canadian fiction, poetry and reviews from new and established writers.
Native Women in the Arts
Published by Native Women in the Arts, a not-for-profit organization. Representing First Nations, Inuit and Metis women who share the common interest of art, culture, community and the advancement of ...
New directions in Canadian writing. Poetry and fiction. Featuring new authors and genres.
Science fiction, fantasy, horror and magical realism.
Publishes the best in contemporary fiction, poetry, literary non-fiction, drama, and translation from Canada and around the world.
Room of One's Own
Canadian feminist publication with poetry, fiction, art, and reviews.
Fiction, poetry, commentary, and visual arts.
Canada's alternative magazine of politics and culture. Award-winning writing that takes on orthodoxy on all fronts with wit and attitude. Investigative journalism you can't get anywhere else.
Poetry, short fiction and art, as well as interviews with authors and artists.
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