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An afternoon with Jon Evans

I met up with Jon Evans on a particularly overcast day last week at the Green Beanery in Toronto. I was fortunate to snag some time with Jon because he had made travelling something of a vocation for the past … Continue reading

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Beasts of New York Contest Update!

Hi Quill friends! Just a quick wrap-up on the Beasts of New York contest! Our winner is Mark Victor Young! I just wanted to thank everyone for entering and re-tweeting and spreading the word! We love seeing our bookish fans … Continue reading

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Another giveaway to kickstart your summer reads!

Hi quill friends! It’s the Victoria Day long weekend (hands up if you’re excited!), which means it’s time to start thinking about your summer reads (if you haven’t already)! I don’t know about you guys, but my to-read stack is … Continue reading

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WorldCat and TCAF

It’s spring here at the Quill and there is a lot of excitement in the air with all sorts of bookish events and new titles keeping us busy. Aside from adding photos and updates to our Past Events page, I’ve … Continue reading

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Squirrels on the Web: Digital marketing using free online content

The Porcupine’s Quill is in many ways a very traditional publisher – we use early twentieth-century printing technology to make our books, take greater pride than many of today’s publishers in the quality and longevity of the physical product, and … Continue reading

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