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Pulled from the Pages: Midland by Ross Breithaupt

It’s happening. It’s happening. At long last, I’m so pleased to announce that Ross Breithaupt’s debut novel Midland is now officially in print! Midland follows twenty-year-old Rory Fleck on a journey of healing and self-discovery. Rory, traumatized brother’s death ten … Continue reading

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Pulled from the Pages: Urban Disturbances

If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the last year, it’s that there’s a whole spectrum of humanity out there. People doing good things for bad reasons or bad things for good reasons. People helping out. People taking advantage. People … Continue reading

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Pulled from the Pages: Metamorphosis by P. K. Page

This handsome volume, Metamorphosis, includes a delightful blend of poetry, fiction, drama and essays, featuring her signature blend of wordplay, imagination and wisdom. Continue reading

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Pulled from the Pages: The Essential Kay Smith

Have you ever discovered a book or an author that kind of feels like a secret? Perhaps they’re a relative unknown, located away from common literary circles, a little obscure in choice of theme. When you find this author’s work … Continue reading

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Pulled from the Pages: Margin of Interest by Shane Neilson

You all know by now that I have a weakness for literary criticism. Books about books are kind of my jam. So of course, I had to feature Shane Neilson’s upcoming book of cricitism, Margin of Interest, on the blog. First … Continue reading

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Pulled from the Pages: Rerouted by Daniel Bryant

Daniel Bryant’s Rerouted is a debut short story collection in which supernatural and mythic elements meet darkly comedic mayhem. In this book you’ll meet a not-so-average mailman, a shapeshifter or two, a few hapless would-be thieves, a group of brothers … 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.