BY JOHN PATEMAN
Days to Remember (Days to Forget): Love Letters from a Writer in Paris
If I Fall, If I Die by Michael Christie
It will be a night of story-telling and local author recognition.
The Gold Eaters
On Mink Mountain
A History of Canadian Internment Camp R
Unaccountable:Truth and Lies on Parliament Hillby Kevin PagePublished by Viking, 2015Hardcover 224 pages $32.00
Swedes In Canada: Invisible Immigrants
The Last Laker
The End of Your Life Book Club
Wake the Stone Man
RUST IS A FORM OF FIRE,
A Man Came out of a Door in the Mountain
MY READING LIST, By Julio Gomes
Marta Oulie: A Novel of Betrayal
It’s a literary party of some note.
And the Mountains Echoed
A Thunder Bay author has made the shortlist for a Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Children’s Book Award.
Nominations are now being accepted for the Northwestern Ontario Writers’ Workshop’s 2014 Literary Awards.
The Rosie Project
A former Thunder Bay teacher, now living in Hong Kong, has written a special book for parents and teachers.
Lake Superior Flavors: A Field Guide to Food and Drink Along The Circle Tour
Fuel: An Anthology of Poetry and Prose
William Hryb hosted a book launch at Waverley Resource Library for his book, Vanished: The Life and Disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa.
Author Raphael Moses sits with Gloria Chabot at a display of herbal medicines and his new book, entitled Holistic Adventures, at Victoriaville Centre on Tuesday.
Bellman & Black
November’s Fury: The Deadly Great Lakes Hurricane of 1913
A Great Game: The Forgotten Leafs & the Rise of Professional Hockey
The Emperor’s Soul
Tales from a Not-So-Quiet Town . . . and Other Musings
An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth
The latest non-fiction work by noted Thunder Bay author Charlie Wilkins has made the long list for a prestigious prize.
By Angela Meady
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Caly Norris hadn’t been at the Buskers Festival for very long Sunday before she already had a balloon animal and watched a man juggle lit torches.