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Articles in this issue
Below is a selction of articles in Quill & Quire March 2016.
Arden Wray is a photographer specializing in “honest, intimate portraiture and travel-based work.” She currently lives in Toronto, but spends a good deal of time on the road. Her favourite children’...
“LUGE MIGHT not be the first sport that comes to mind for an athletic-themed picture book,” writes Cheri Hanson in her profile of sports broadcaster and author Lisa Bowes in this month’s kidlit spotl...
PROFILE For much of the 20th century, consumers bought their goods and services from local manufacturers and independent businesses. Over time, globalization and the inevitable outcome of a capitalis...
Best of times, Worst of times
Best Barnes and Noble has applied for a liquor licence for some of its stores, though it’s unclear whether the booze is intended for customers or the beleaguered staff. A Toronto design company creat...
Too many cooks spoil the industry
AGONY EDITOR Dear Agony Editor, I just started a food blog and am receiving some exciting feedback from readers. I’m looking into the possibility of turning my blog into a cookbook. What’s the inside...
A livre by any other name
SPACES English books are hard to come by in Quebec City, a place where less than two per cent of the population speaks the language as their mother tongue. But the library of the Literary and Histori...