Jeff Bursey will be in Halifax launching his new novel, Mirrors On Which Dust Has Fallen (Verbivoracious Press). Carole Langille will read a short story from her forthcoming collection, I Am What I Am Because You Are What You Are (Gaspereau). Shalan Joudry, author of Generations Re-merging (Gaspereau) will share poetry. Author Chris Benjamin will read a recently published short story.
Chris Benjamin’s latest book shines a light on the people behind the Shubenacadie Residential School
Indian School Road: Legacies of the Shubenacadie Residential School
By Chris Benjamin
$24.95, paperback, 256 pp.
Nimbus Publishing, September 2014
Tune in to Atlantic Books Today’s Facebook page on Tuesday, May 5 at 12:00 pm, when ABT’s Managing Editor, Chris Benjamin, will interview Dr. Ian Arthur Cameron, author of Quarantine (New World Publishing) https://www.facebook.com/AtlanticBooksToday/live/ There will be time at the end for some reader questions, selected by Chris. Send in your questions beforehand by commenting on this post, tweeting us, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Library users in…
Stay Home and Read Quarantine Public libraries across Nova Scotia are providing unlimited access to 5 Atlantic Canadian eBooks from their Read Local collections. All you need is your free library card. If you use the Libby app, you’ll see a link to download the eBook at the top of the page. You can also visit halifax.overdrive.com if you are a Halifax Public Libraries user, and novascotia.overdrive.com if you use another Nova Scotia Public…
Ten years ago, I had the strange privilege of co-authoring Atlantic Canada’s 100 Greatest Books. Great Atlantic Canadian books just keep coming. So, 10 years later, I’m again pondering the East Coast’s best books.
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