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12 Minutes Ago: How to Use the Internet for the Good of Your Book and Other Subjective Publishing Obsessions
21st-Century Editing with The Book Oven
32 Questions (Inspired by BookCampTO and 50 Cent)
5 classic books that I don't know anything about.
A Day at Kingston WritersFest 2012
A Foot in the Door, a Brogue in the Basket
A Hillbilly Hootenanny... with Vampires
A History of Gathering
A library in the palm of your hand. An artwork in the pages of your library.
A Tale of Puck and Prospero
A Textual Excursion Around the Annex
A VJ looks back, publishes forward
Agent Provacateurs and the Semiotics of the Avant Garde
Al Purdy – The Voice of the Land
An Author’s Wild Ride
Are You Spending More Time On Pinterest Than On Your Prose?
Ben and Lynn's 45 Books in 45 Minutes: Solid Summer Reading
Bloomsday, High Park
Book of the Month Clubs Making a Comeback in the Toronto Indie Press Circuit
Books Get Both a Push and the Squeeze at Luminato 2013
Can Youth, Can Lit. DEGT.
Canadians in New York: The Chelsea Hotel
Caretakers of Journeys
Cheer up! It's Friday!
Cro-Magnon Kids and David Letterman
Don’t know Zarganar? Joke's on you.
E-This: Self Published Ebook Authors Are Cashing Cheques
eReaders vs Real Books.
Exploring Words and Finding Memories
Fathers. Trying, trying, trying.
Fathers. Trying, trying, trying.
Forget CanLit, SportsLit Is Where It’s At
Freedom in the Prison
GET UP! STAND UP! On loyalty, community and our democratic voice.
Getting Lost on Purpose: Stroll Book Launch at Lula Lounge
Gutenberg Hide and Seek
HAIORI AND OBI BOWS
Hidden in Plain Sight
IFOA: Now Even Younger?
In the Underbrush: The Literary Tribes of Windsor
Is Your Book Idea Really That Original?
Judging a Book
Keep Your Eye on the Many Values of the Prize
Keeping the Lead Sharp
Kid Lit Can, with Susan Hughes: Do I Have To Trick You Into Reading This?
Lake, my pretty name
Lake, oh pure contradiction
Leaving in the Blank Spaces
Library worker by day, library socialite by night: The TPL is cool for more than its Air Con
Limit and Change:
Literary insurance policy. Tassles, beads and bananas included.
Literature for Life
Look Who’s 30
Mind Over Matter? Matter and Mind
New Year’s Resolutions: CanLit Edition
Nights Below Front Street East
Novel Writing for Chronic Procrastinators: A Guide
Of Libraries, LongPens and Loot
Of Publishers and Puppets
Old Places, Hemingway's Feet
Our History Is Your Kitsch
Planes, Trains, Ondaatje-mobiles
Planning the Imperfect Un-Book Launch
Queen City chronicles
Reading and Writing Glengarry County: writing the Long Sault hydro electric project
Remainder Bins: Literary Flotsam, Jetsam or Gold?
Remixing My Book Consumption Habits
Ring Around The Rengas (Part 2)
Ring Around The Rengas (Part One)
Road Tripping with Writers
Sharing a Story for Children's Book Week
Six Cures for Literary Amnesia
Sleeping in Toronto
Souled Out: Lost in Transliteration
Spearmint (Part Two)
Tea, Crumpets, Stet
The Best Game on the Page
The Book of Brilliant
The CanPub World Cup of Bookball
The Catharsis of Screaming
The Circus is in Town
The CN Tower
The Day The Earth Died and Ma and Pa Bookstores Rose!
The Evolution of an Independent Bookstore
The Girls' Club
The Goldberg Variations
The Heavy Cold-War Eye of the Konvas 35
The News of the World of 1812
The pros (and sometimes pratfalls) of giving your books to the library
The Slings and Arrows of Getting Published: Insider Tips for Would-be Writers
The Speakeasy Reading Series
The Topography from Here
The Winter Classic
The Word On The Street
To Do: Make List
To Job, Or Not To Job?
Tools of the trade
Toronto the Good and Well Written
Toronto: Great Idea
Two for the Road
Two Poets in Belgium
Walking Brun’s wick
We Were Randomly Assigned Literature
What We Talk About When We Talk About Books
When Keneally Was King
Who’s Your Audience, and How Are You Dazzling ‘Em?
Without Readers, Would We Write?
Word On The Street 2012
Words From The Street: The March Madness Edition
Writers’ Workshops in Toronto
Writing in the Family: Max Layton and Barry Callaghan on Can. Lit. Childhood
Writing There, from Here
You Can't See Me: Catching Up with the Visionaries Behind Invisible Publishing
Your Friendly Neighbourhood Bookstore
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