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Lesley Choyce

Origin Story: George Elliott Clarke (Part I of 2)

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“That summer — 1975 — I started to write songs. I wrote four songs a day and I did that for two or three years.”

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Nova Scotians know how to love

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Readers will come away with lots to ponder about the complexity of relationships in general, and the meaning of love in particular.

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National Aboriginal Day

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Insight and occasional enlightenment on the historical and contemporary Indigenous peoples of this land.

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Lesley Choyce remembers Maxine Tynes, the “People’s Poet of Canada”

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Tynes’ work illuminated the importance of a Black heritage that had been marginalized

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Frank Cameron’s new memoir takes readers back in time

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This retired radioman’s first book paints a picture of life in the business during its heyday

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Sharing his journey

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Author Jim Lotz inspired many Atlantic Canadian writers. In advance of his memoir’s launch, we asked friends and colleagues to share their memories of him

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The journey of a teenage boy’s dark struggle with euphoric highs and dangerous lows

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Into the Wasteland
By Lesley Choyce
$12.95, paperback, 174 pp.
Red Deer Press, October 2014
Young Adult fiction

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