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The inevitability of change

ATWOOD, COHEN, Ondaatje, Mistry, Urquhart. While many of Ellen Seligman’s authors don’t require first-name introductions, it is the curse of the book editor to toil away behind the scenes. That’s why it was so incredible that within hours of the news that the McClelland & Stewart publisher and editor had died on March 25, Seligman’s name started trending on Twitter. The outpouring of grief continued throughout the weekend, in remembrance of this influential, driving force of CanLit, who also served as president of PEN Canada and was a mentor to many (she also impressed on the dance floor). This issue, Steven W. Beattie speaks to some friends, colleagues, and authors about Seligman and her legacy.

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