Locus Online reviews Ian Weir's Will Starling
"Will’s autobiography reaches a nebulous conclusion, couched in mystery. But I tend to favor the most optimistic interpretation of events, and I think the author does too. But no matter what the terminal station is in Will’s life, you will agree that the journey there is all ...
March 1, 2015
Mark Anthony Jarman Interview for The Honest Ulsterman
"You know, I was a bookworm when I was a kid, so I was reading lots of stuff. To ...
February 25, 2015
2015 CBC Bookie Awards
What books did YOU think were the best of the year? Cast your vote in the annual CBC Bookie Awards by Monday Feb. 23 to have your say — and don't forget to support Don McKay and Angular Unconformity in the poetry category!
On February 12, author, writer, and columnist David Carr passed away. David had an undeniable on the media landscape and his loss leaves a void that cannot be filled. It was David's lecture, "The Next Big Thing," that gave us the title for our book of the same title. David will be missed by all of us at Goose Lane Editions. We send our condolences out to his family, friends, colleagues, and readers. To learn more about David, we encourage you to read The New York Time's obituary on his accomplishments and his life.
“I now inhabit a life I don’t deserve, but we all walk this earth feeling we are frauds. The trick is to be grateful and hope the caper doesn’t end any time soon.” — David Carr
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