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Shortlist announced for the 2017 Atlantic Book Awards

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The Awards will be given out in Paul O’Regan Hall, Halifax Central Library, on Thursday, May 18 at 7:00 p.m.

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Origin Stories: Carol Bruneau

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If you knew Carol Bruneau as a child, you wouldn’t have needed a Magic 8-Ball to predict that she’d eventually become an author.

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5 books for National Poetry Month

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Here are 5 books of poetry for you to enjoy in the peace and quiet as the sun slowly creeps its way back into our Atlantic Canadian sky.

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Writers Federation of Nova Scotia offers course series for beginner writers

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The “First Words” course series is intended to be introductory and thus a welcoming space for beginner writers. The course runs over nine weeks and features three different instructors, each taking a three-week block that covers a different aspect of fiction writing. Beginning, Middle, and End April 29, May 6 & 13 Chris Benjamin  The three-act structure goes at least as far back as Aristotle, who said that a tragedy must have a beginning, middle, and end. That the same is true for any story seems obvious enough, but knowing…

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Writers Federation of Nova Scotia offers course series for beginner writers

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The “First Words” course series is intended to be introductory and thus a welcoming space for beginner writers. The course runs over nine weeks and features three different instructors, each taking a three-week block that covers a different aspect of fiction writing. Beginning, Middle, and End April 29, May 6 & 13 Chris Benjamin  The three-act structure goes at least as far back as Aristotle, who said that a tragedy must have a beginning, middle, and end. That the same is true for any story seems obvious enough, but knowing…

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Writers Federation of Nova Scotia offers course series for beginner writers

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The “First Words” course series is intended to be introductory and thus a welcoming space for beginner writers. The course runs over nine weeks and features three different instructors, each taking a three-week block that covers a different aspect of fiction writing. Beginning, Middle, and End April 29, May 6 & 13 Chris Benjamin  The three-act structure goes at least as far back as Aristotle, who said that a tragedy must have a beginning, middle, and end. That the same is true for any story seems obvious enough, but knowing…

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