Celebrating thirty-five years on the Main Street
of Erin Village, Wellington County
Tag Archives: Pulled from the Pages
If you’re a fan of historical fiction, enjoy reading about sumptuous feasts and lavish settings, and like to muse on the meaning of truth and beauty, power and politics, the sacred and the profane, boy have we got a book … Continue reading
I couldn’t help myself. The publication of a new book of criticism at PQL is just too exciting not to share. As you all know, I have a well-documented love of good literary criticism. There’s something about the responsibility of … Continue reading
It’s tough to say what makes a classic. Is time the determining factor? Must thirty, forty, fifty years pass before an author’s work can be hailed as a classic? Or is it influence? Is it good reviews, accolades from peers, … Continue reading
Since the release of her outstanding collection of short stories, The Museum of Possibilities, Barbara Sibbald has been on a bit of a roll. With a successful launch, some fantastic reviews and a couple of online and radio interviews under … Continue reading
The Porcupine's Quill would like to acknowledge the support of the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts for our publishing program. The financial support of the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund (CBF) is also gratefully acknowledged.