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Plainsong: Nancy Huston’s novel reminds me how I’m connected to Canada’s pioneers

Canadian-born writer Nancy Huston has long been one of my favourite writers, and while reading Plainsong (published in 1993) I was kicking myself for not reading it sooner. The novel is filled with compelling characters and history, and written with … Continue reading

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Nancy Huston’s Infrared wins the Literary Review’s Bad Sex in Fiction Award

Leah McLaren is one of my favourite Globe and Mail columnists. She is currently living in London, England, and in last Saturday’s Globe and Mail she wrote, in her usual barbed witty style, about what it was like to be a … Continue reading

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