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Hawks Kettle, Pufins Wheel: And Other Poems of Birds in Flight

Hawks Kettle, Puffins Wheel: And Other Poems of Birds in Flight

Susan Vande Griek and Mark Hoffmann, ill.

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September 2019

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Inhabit Media’s Louise Flaherty returns to the press she co-founded as the company races to record the oral stories of Inuit elders
Canada’s newest academic publisher, Concordia University Press, prepares to release its first titles
A much-overdue retrospective of Canadian indie comics reveals a deep interest in personal storytelling
How a kitchen renovation became a magic portal into Candace Savage’s discovery of a little-known, shameful period in Canadian history
Novelists Lynn Coady, Elan Mastai, and Susin Nielsen on what it’s like to move between writing for the screen and the page
Adnan Khan’s debut novel presents a Muslim character who is more than a collection of stereotypes
Lynn Coady’s latest novel is a showcase for her smooth writing and expertise at rendering characters
Joanna Jolly’s book about Tina Fontaine hews to the conventions of true crime but seems unaware of its own blind spots
Chris Banks’s latest is a complete system, while Jana Prikryl’s second collection gets lost in abstractions
Matthew Forsythe channels Arnold Lobel and Jon Klassen in his joyous ode to collective music-making
Arthur Slade’s new series – featuring a vampire with a bookish day job – is relentlessly thrilling
Eric Walters and Kathy Kacer’s new novel is about the Holocaust, 9/11, and a middle-school musical theatre production
A new book goes deep into the stories behind The Witness Blanket, Carey Newman’s monument to residential-school survivors