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Tag Archives: Bob Bossin
A Decade of Literary Delights, or, News for January at PQL
As we settle into the productive business of 2020, it’s easy to forget the bigger picture—that we’ve completed a whole decade filled with a succession of publishing endeavours, and that, with the turning of the year, we have embarked upon … Continue reading
Posted in Letters from the Porcupette (the Intern's Blog) Tagged Bob Bossin, Casting into Mystery, Davy the Punk, Fabulous Fictions, Fluke Print, High-Water Mark, Ian Hampton, Jan in 35 Pieces, Jeffery Donaldson, Leon Rooke, Nick Tooke, Nicole Dixon, Rob Reid, Sailor Girl, Sheree-Lee Olson, The Ballad of Samuel Hewitt, tipsheets, Tony Calzetta, Viaticum, Wesley Bates 1 Comment
PQ Weekly Roundup: 19 Aug 2016
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. Today’s top post is from the blog. Ever wished you could tour the Porcupine’s … Continue reading
Big Congrats to Bob Bossin and Davy the Punk!
Hello there, Quill fans. Today, I want to take a moment to share with you some great news: we’ve got a winner in the family! That’s right, Bob Bossin, the multi-talented author of Davy the Punk won big at the … Continue reading
News for October
Oh dear. You’ve caught me at a bad time, I’m afraid. My hair’s a mess, I haven’t been to the gym in days, and I’ve been dreaming about the act of writing (and endlessly rewriting) marketing copy. OK, so maybe … Continue reading
News for June
June is not the month for the homebody. In Southwestern Ontario at least, it’s a month straight out of a Disney movie, full of birds singing, sun shining, grass growing and flowers blossoming. Even the pale skinned and sun averse … Continue reading
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