The Porcupine's Quill
Celebrating thirty-five years on the Main Street
of Erin Village, Wellington County
Tag Archives: Urban Disturbances
Countdown to the PQL Fall Literary Fiesta with a Giveaway!
In celebration of our Fall Literary Fiesta event in Toronto, we are giving you all a chance to win a copy of Artful Flight by Susan Glickman. Continue reading
Posted in Letters from the Porcupette (the Intern's Blog) Tagged Artful Flight, book events, book gi, Bruce McDougall, Daniel Bryant, Ed Seaward, Fair, giveaway, Karl Jirgens, Midland, PQL Fall Literary Fiesta, Rerouted, Ross Breithaupt, Susan Glickman, Toronto book events, Urban Disturbances 1 Comment
Tooting Our Own Horn and Other News for May at PQL
Canadians tend to be humble, but there is an exception to the rule. When it comes to touting our accomplishments, it is incumbent upon us to sing the praises of our beloved authors and their award-winning books, particularly since the crowded literary marketplace makes it ever more remarkable when books stand out. Continue reading
Posted in Letters from the Porcupette (the Intern's Blog) Tagged Breaking Right, Bruce McDougall, D.A. Lockhart, Foreword Indies, Frances Boyle, George A. Walker, IPPY awards, Karl Jirgens, Let Go, Mark Frutkin, Mark Huebner, Midland, ReLit Awards, Ross Breithaupt, Seeking Shade, The Artist and the Assassin, Urban Disturbances, Word on the Street 1 Comment
PQ Weekly Roundup: 28 May 2021
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. Continue reading
Short Story Month Feature: Urban Disturbances
Ebook Sale! Bruce McDougall’s latest short story collection, Urban Disturbances, is a collection that explores how the unpredictability of life in the modern world can influence the trajectory of a varied spectrum of humanity. Continue reading
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