Sniffling in the Toronto Reference Library

2014-03-18T11:13:48-05:00

Suzanne Robertson's Paramita, Little Black has been nominated for the 2012 Toronto Book Award. And lucky for me, because I would not have read this slim volume of verse had it not been. Lucky for me, because it's another reminder that poetry doesn't have to be this far-away thing that

Sniffling in the Toronto Reference Library2014-03-18T11:13:48-05:00

In seventh grade, we played “Sundown” in the school band (badly)

2020-03-31T12:18:22-05:00

Writing Gordon Lightfoot is nominated for the 2012 Toronto Book Award. McClelland & Stewart, 2011 Many readers will say that they never read a book just because it has been nominated for an award. There are just as many people who rarely read but will, occasionally, pick up

In seventh grade, we played “Sundown” in the school band (badly)2020-03-31T12:18:22-05:00

On Copernicus Avenue

2014-03-17T16:45:53-05:00

Copernicus Avenue ends in a snarl of streetcar tracks. "We reached the bottom of the street where it widens into a multi-veined delta of streetcar tracks." Andrew J. Borkowski's Copernicus Avenue is a series of stories that intersect with each other, just as the rails from Queen Street, King Street, and the Avenue

On Copernicus Avenue2014-03-17T16:45:53-05:00
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