The Porcupine's Quill
Celebrating thirty-five years on the Main Street
of Erin Village, Wellington County
Tag Archives: david helwig
PQ Weekly Roundup: 19 Oct 2018
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. There are six days left in our poetry giveaway! That means there’s still time to … Continue reading
Kingston WritersFest Part I: A trip down memory lane
Last week The Porcupine’s Quill set out for the little city between Ottawa and Toronto to take part in the Kingston WritersFest. It all started several months ago when Tim slyly suggested I should contact KWF about launching The Essential … Continue reading
News for March
You are probably all thinking that there is no way, just no way, that we can top the excitement of February here at PQL. After getting Jon Evans of Beasts of New York on daytime Toronto (abliet, following a chef … Continue reading
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Memoirs, or literary vicarious living.
I know, I’ve been a really bad porcupette these last weeks and have been neglecting the blog in favour of other PQL tasks – grant applications, worldcat campaigns, tipsheets for our exciting 2012 list! (You’ll hear all about our 2012 … Continue reading
The Porcupine’s Quill Around the Web (and some tweetspam frustration!)
The Quill has been all over the web recently, so I thought I’d gather some of my favourite links to share with you all! If you haven’t joined the haiku theatre contest, to win a copy of Shane Neilson’s collection … Continue reading
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