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Beatrice MacNeil

Beatrice MacNeil’s The Geranium Window is a Tour de Force

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the corrosive affect of secrecy on three generations of a prominent Cape Breton family

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Atlantic Canada’s book community celebrates the 2008 Atlantic Book Awards

in #57 Spring 2008/Features by
Atlantic Book Awards

The nominees in the 2008 Atlantic Book Awards come from across the region and span genres, but one thing is clear: Atlantic Canada is a hotbed of literary talent

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Regional Reads: Discover your new favourite holiday story

in #77 Holiday/History/Columns/Regional Reads by

Atlantic Canada has an abundance of Christmas traditions to share and stories to tell

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Word on the Street day planner

in #76 Fall 2014/Features by

On Sept. 21, Atlantic bibliophiles will celebrate Canada’s annual book festival in Halifax. Noted authors Vincent Lam and Lainey Lui are on the program, alongside local favourites George Elliott Clarke, Lesley Crewe and Beatrice MacNeil. Don’t miss a minute with our must-see guide to this year’s festival! For moms Visit the Wonderful Words tent to hear three readings offering different perspectives on becoming a mother, as well as an appearance from Elaine “Lainey” Lui who will share stories from her book Listen to the Squawking Chicken. For graphic novel fans …

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