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PQ Weekly Roundup: 20 Sep 2019

Every Friday, the PQ Weekly Roundup collects the most shared links in our social media network—bookish articles, reviews, quizzes, recommendations and more—in convenient digest form. Literary history buffs might find this one interesting. A scholar has apparently found a copy … Continue reading

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Printing in Wonderland: Tim Inkster Muses on Howard Graphic Equipment/Howard Iron Works

The Porcupine’s Quill is pleased to be participating in the Second Annual Howard Iron Works Print Expo & Book Fair, which will take place on Saturday, September 28 at the Howard Iron Works Printing Museum in Oakville. If you are fascinated by … Continue reading

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In Which the Porcupette Juggles Metaphorical Literary Chainsaws, or, News for September at PQL

Have you ever been to a carnival, wandering around, taking in the sights, when you see a clown in white pancake makeup strolling around the fairgrounds casually juggling balls, bowling pins—hell, even chainsaws? It’s a sight that evokes awe, wonder … Continue reading

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Gorgeous Gallery: The Howard Iron Works Museum

On September 29, the Howard Iron Works Museum in Oakville, Ontario opened its doors to the public for a print expo and fair. The museum is a treasure trove of printing history, specializing in printing machinery from the nineteenth and … Continue reading

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