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Book Club Bonanza

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  Want to see your book club featured on our website and in our newsletter? The winning book club will also receive these great gifts: We’ll cater your book club get-together—we’ll bring the food and wine (location permitting) or send you a $100 Sobeys gift card! AND we will come to your next meeting (either in person or via Skype) to tell you about the hottest new Atlantic Canadian books! AND you’ll win a set of Atlantic Canadian books for the whole group! Click here to submit your ballot!  …

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Atlantic ebook collection launches

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The Nova Scotia Provincial Library, Department of Communities, Culture & Heritage, Halifax Public Libraries and Atlantic Publishers Marketing Association welcome the public to attend the official launch of the Atlantic Canadian eBook Collection in Dartmouth

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Fernwood Publishing’s Arsham Parsi awarded LogoTV Trailblazers Award

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Angela Misri

Arsham Parsi, author of Exiled for Love (Fernwood Publishing) and founder of the Iranian Railroad for Queer Refugees, was presented with a LogoTV Trailblazers Award

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WANL Postcard Story Contest long list announced

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The Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador (WANL) announces the long list for its 3rd Annual Postcard Story Contest

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McGrath, Peacock take home 2015 Newfoundland & Labrador Book Awards

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In a ceremony at Government House in St. John’s Wednesday afternoon, poet Carmelita McGrath was named winner of the E.J. Pratt Award for Escape Velocity published by Goose Lane Editions. Retired veterinarian Andrew Peacock won the Newfoundland and Labrador Book Award for Non-Fiction with his debut book Creatures of the Rock:A Veterinarian’s Adventures in Newfoundland published by Doubleday Canada. The wins represent a first for both well-established author McGrath and for novice author Peacock. Each winner received a cash prize of $1,500. The four runners-up—Michael Crummey and Mary Dalton for poetry,…

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Proust questionnaire: Bette MacDonald

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Bette MacDonald Mary Morrison’s Cape Breton Christmas (Nimbus Publishing)

One of Cape Breton’s most beloved comedians is now an author. Bette MacDonald shares her love for Shakespeare and more in our holiday Proust Questionnaire

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