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Travel talk

While social media is a powerful tool for change, nothing beats face-to-face conversations

Editor’s Note

AS THE FALLOUT over Hal Niedzviecki’s editorial in the Indigenous-focused issue of Write, the Writers’ Union of Canada magazine, was escalating – more specifically, the glib call by established media professionals on Twitter for an “appropriation prize” – I was on a plane to Vancouver. The intent of my trip was to visit with publishers, distributors, authors, booksellers, and other industry professionals to talk about their concerns, story ideas, and upcoming titles, many of which are featured in our fall preview, starting on page 16.

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