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News for March

There’s nothing like some good old fashioned competition to lift the spirits during the dull, dreary days of winter. Thus, the national exhilaration caused by the Olympics and the all-important gold medal wins in both women’s and men’s hockey. (Seriously, … Continue reading

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Shop Indie: PQL Reads for Everyone on Your Holiday List

Looking for unique and beautiful gifts this holiday season? Look no further! Our books are just as beautiful inside as they are on the outside, and they make great gifts for everyone on your list. The Steamy Reader: High-Water Mark, … Continue reading

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News for September

If there is ever what might be called “down time” at PQL, we might have to call it August. Some well-deserved vacation had us enjoying the end of summer. But that’s not to say we’ve been slacking off! R. Murray … Continue reading

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From Our Friends at ForeWord Reviews: An Interview with Nicole Dixon

Hello Quill fans! Excited for Nicole Dixon’s readings across Western Canada as part of the FICTIONistas Canada Tour? We sure are! Nicole’s fresh off a nomination for the Atlantic Book Awards, and now, we’re gearing up for the tour by … Continue reading

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News for May

Ah, May. The month of emerging sunshine, budding flowers, temperate weather, sinus headaches and pollen-fuelled sneezing sprees. It’s also a time of spring events and even a new release at PQL. We had a great inaugural event in the launch … Continue reading

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News for February

Well, it’s bitterly cold and snowing quite merrily, so it’s really hard to believe that good old Punxsutawney Phil has predicted a speedy end to winter. The penny has gone the way of the dinosaur, the nail-biter of a Superbowl—along … Continue reading

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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.