[Sharps] by Toronto’s Stevie Howell Shortlisted for Gerald Lampert Memorial Award
Continuing a tradition of drawing attention to the finest new voices in Canadian poetry, the shortlist for the 2015 Gerald Lampert Memorial Award was announced today by the League of Canadian Poets. A standout on this year’s list is [Sharps], the wry debut from Toronto poet Stevie Howell, ...
April 1, 2015
Mr. Jones by Margaret Sweatman Shortlisted for Margaret Laurence Award for Fiction and McNally Robinson Book of the Year
Known for highlighting some of the best and brightest fiction in Canada, the shortlists for the ...
April 1, 2015
Welcome to Thought Migration
Though Migration was created with the idea that there’s more to a book than just reading it. Books are living, interactive objects. They move us. Force us to cross new landscapes. They ask us to traverse difficult geographies. And they don’t stop living once they’ve been read.
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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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