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Tag Archives: Karl Kessler
From Far and Wide: Reading Across the Country with PQL for Canada Day!
Happy Canada Day, Quill friends! We hope you’re enjoying a relaxing day off under sunny skies, wherever you may be. And if you wanted to add a book to the equation, well, we certainly wouldn’t say no. In celebration of … Continue reading
Posted in Letters from the Porcupette (the Intern's Blog) Tagged Bite Me!, Bitter Lake, Bruce McDougall, Bruce Meyer, Casting into Mystery, Christopher Pratt, Clark Blaise, D. G. Jones, Daddy Hall, Daniel Bryant, David Carpenter, Every Minute Is a Suicide, High-Water Mark, James Simon Mishibinijima, jim westergard, Joe Rosenblatt, Karl Kessler, Lori Cayer, Margin of Interest, Marika Deliyannides, Michael Eden Reynolds, Michael Harris, Montreal Stories, Mrs Romanov, Nick Tooke, Nicole Dixon, Overtime, Pictographs, Portraits of Canadian Writers, Rerouted, Robert Reid, shane neilson, Sharon English, Slant Room, Sunshine Chen, The Ballad of Samuel Hewitt, The Bird in the Stillness, The Essential D. G. Jones, The Gamekeeper, Thoughts on Driving to Venus, Tony Miller, Welcome to Canada, Wesley Bates, Zero Gravity 1 Comment
Pulled from the Pages: Overtime by Karl Kessler and Sunshine Chen
There has always been interest in vintage and antique products, but lately, I think there has also been the sense that we ought to show appreciation of bygone ways of living. Perhaps in reaction to the frenetic pace of modern … Continue reading
The Porcupette Braces for Inevitable Belletristic Assault and Other News for August at the Porcupine’s Quill
I never thought I’d say this, but my bookshelves have, of late, engendered some slight consternation on my part. To write this feels akin to insanity—how could I, of all people, ever feel anything but the warmest regard when faced … Continue reading
PQ Weekly Roundup: 31 Mar 2017
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. I find so-called “literary feuds” fascinating. This ridiculous cover rip-off is a great example … Continue reading
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