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There’s no place like home: Place in Wanderlust and Back+Forth

In the fourth instalment of our feminist review series, we’re taking a look at Megan Speers’ Wanderlust and Marta Chudolinska’s Back+Forth. These are perhaps more akin to Shelley Peterson’s books than to the ones in my last posting as the … Continue reading

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PQL Link Roundup – July 1st-17th

It’s that time again, Quillies… (out of curiousity, I googled “Quillies” to find out if it is a real word. According to the very authoritative, always-credible urbandictionary.com, Quillies are “the bumps remaining on a bird that has had the quill … 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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