Letters Between Canadian Writers

2014-03-23T08:42:28-05:00

This from Hugh MacLennan to young Marian Engel in 1956: "If I can be of any help to you, don't hesitate to write and tell me so. I'm cynical about theses, having done one myself, but I suppose they are necessary if you can avoid taking them too seriously." University

Letters Between Canadian Writers2014-03-23T08:42:28-05:00

Tamara Levine’s But Hope is Longer (2012)

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When Tamara Levine was diagnosed with breast cancer, she began sending e-mail letters to about fifty family members, friends and colleagues, to keep everybody in the loop. Second Story Press, 2012 Almost immediately, these letters took on a great significance in her Healing Journey, offering a kind of

Tamara Levine’s But Hope is Longer (2012)2014-03-20T19:54:32-05:00

Daniel Glattauer’s Love Virtually (2006; 2011)

2014-03-20T19:55:02-05:00

It began when I was a girl, with books like Jean Webster's Daddy Long Legs and Norma Fox Mazer's I, Trissy. These stories invited me directly into characters' private thoughts, via letters written to a trusted recipient and journal entries written for the writer's own eyes. Trans. Katharina Bielenberg

Daniel Glattauer’s Love Virtually (2006; 2011)2014-03-20T19:55:02-05:00
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