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Social circle

After more than 20 years of nurturing writers’ books, Pedlar Press founder Beth Follett looks forward to returning to her own writing


rachel idzerda

WHEN PEDLAR PRESS founder Beth Follett was a young woman growing up in 1970s Winnipeg, she wanted to become a poet. But her father – himself a great lover of poetry – dissuaded his daughter. He knew it would be a difficult road, especially for a woman. Instead, Follett, who says she was “lacking the boldness of some,” spent her time volunteering with inner-city youth.

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