Here and Elsewhere: San Francisco

2020-06-19T16:36:20-05:00

Everything I knew about cities, when I was a girl, I learned from stories. One novel that stood out for me was Marilyn Sachs’ Amy Moves In, a story which has a family moving into an apartment in a city, where Amy has to start at a new school

Here and Elsewhere: San Francisco2020-06-19T16:36:20-05:00

Autumn 2018: In My Reading Log

2018-10-17T12:30:01-05:00

These are some summer reads which left an impression; now my stack and library card are humming and wriggling, with all the CanLit prizelist reading – including my new Shadow Jury reading responsibilities towards the 2018 Giller Prize – but these books insist on a sliver of the spotlight.

Autumn 2018: In My Reading Log2018-10-17T12:30:01-05:00

Rumer Godden’s The Dolls’ House (1948)

2014-03-17T16:11:42-05:00

The day I consider myself too grown-up to read a children's story, is the day I stop reading. Rumer Godden's The Dolls' House (1948) Illus. Tasha Tudor (1976) I re-read this slim volume countless times when I was a girl. Not only did I have a dollhouse, but I was one of

Rumer Godden’s The Dolls’ House (1948)2014-03-17T16:11:42-05:00
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