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Will Starling gets starred review from Publishers Weekly

"While its themes of death, scientific perversion, classism and poverty may be dark as pitch, Weir's style and wit ensures the novel remains a boisterous, subversive romp." — Publishers Weekly

 

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January 27, 2015

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Goose Lane Editions is saddened to learn of the passing of painting icon Jacques Hurtubise. Hurtubise, an award-winning Cape Breton-based artist, had an undeniable influence and effect on Canadian art during a career which spanned 50 years.

Mr. Hurtubise died at his home in Inverness on December 27, 2014.

(Click here to read the obituary from the Globe and Mail. Image from the Globe and Mail archives.)

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