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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > April 2019 > Faking it

Faking it

A touring exhibition of literary artifacts is not all it seems BY SUE CARTER

AN INVALUABLE collection of fake and forged artifacts, books, and visual art – said to be once owned by the prestigious Prud’homme family – was discovered in a Saskatchewan farmhouse attic. None of the pieces – including an ancient bronze vessel and the Quincunx, a poetry collection by Unni Magnuson, best known as a member of the infamous sex Club 57 – are exactly what they seem.

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