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Posts by: Gabriel Quigley

  1. The National Post Discusses Richard Lee’s “Get Onboard: Walk in the Shoes of a Transit Operator” October 6, 2015

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  2. Mary Melfi’s “My Italian Wife” to be Performed in Montreal From November 26th-29th October 2, 2015

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  3. Richard Lee’s “Get Onboard: Walk in the Shoes of a Transit Operator” Creates Empathy for TTC Operators October 2, 2015

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  4. Guernica’s Book of the Month: October October 1, 2015

    Posted in Fiction, News.

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  5. Kevin Connor from the Toronto Sun on The Importance of Richard Lee’s “Get Onboard: Walk in the Shoes of a Transit Operator” September 29, 2015

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  6. Stuart Nulman Praises “Farida” September 29, 2015

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  7. Donna Kane Reviews Lynda Monahan’s “Verge” September 24, 2015

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  8. David Joiner on How Vietnam Made Him a Writer September 23, 2015

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  9. Irwin Block Discusses “Farida” With One of the Book’s Translators, Norman Cornett September 13, 2015

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  10. David Huebert Wins First Prize in the Sheldon Currie Fiction Contest September 9, 2015

    Posted in Awards, Contests, Fiction, News, Poetry.

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  11. Sandi Gibbons Praises Richard Lee’s “Get Onboard: Walk in the Shoes of a Transit Operator” September 3, 2015

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  12. Guernica Author Sidney J. Zoltak Remembers His Stay in the Jewish Sciesopoli, 70 Years Afterwards September 2, 2015

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  13. Guernica’s Book of the Month: September September 1, 2015

    Posted in Contests, News, Poetry, Promotions.

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  14. Veena Gokhale interviews H. Nigel Thomas about his recent book “No Safeguards”, African Canadian literature, and the experiences that made him a writer August 18, 2015

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  15. Elana Wolff: B.W. Powe’s Poems “feel oracular” August 18, 2015

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  16. “Sterling work” by Guernica Translators Thor Polson, Elana Wolff, and Menachem Wolff August 18, 2015

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  17. George Elliot Clarke on Translation, Broggiato’s Against the Light, and Liiv’s Snow Drifts, I Sing: Selected Poems May 28, 2015

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  18. George Elliot Clarke Discusses Len Gasparini’s Mirror Image May 21, 2015

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  19. Ian Thomas Shaw Reviews Caroline Vu’s That Summer in Provincetown May 21, 2015

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  20. Anne DeGrace Discusses Celebrating National Poetry Month With a Reading by Ellen S. Jaffe May 6, 2015

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  21. Jeffrey Round Reviews Keith Garebian’s Accidental Genius: The Pantheon of Modern American Poets May 4, 2015

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  22. Reading of Joe Fiorito’s Rust is a Form of Fire on May 27th at Another Story Bookshop May 2, 2015

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  23. Guernica Author Joseph Maviglia at C’est What April 28, 2015

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  24. Upcoming Guernica Author Diane Bracuk Discusses How to Write Creative Non-fiction With PRISM Magazine April 24, 2015

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  25. Mike Cohen Announces Guernica Author Max Layton’s Return to His Hometown of Montreal April 24, 2015

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