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Monthly Archives: December 2011

GIRL IN SHADES makes waves south of the border

Perhaps we wrote too soon when we recapped the best of the press garnered by Allison Baggio‘s debut novel, Girl in Shades. A review from Pennsylvania’s The Weekender found its way to our inbox only this morning, and it is quite the rave. … Continue reading

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New writing by Erika Rummel

Fans of Erika Rummel‘s Playing Naomi (Guernica Editions 2009)–among them, surely, the poet and critic Judith Fitzgerald, who called the book ”imaginatively artful” and “gripping” when she reviewed it for the Globe & Mail–will be delighted to hear that an audio excerpt of Erika’s … Continue reading

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Season’s Readings

Of all the book-related holiday pursuits the HSW Literary Agency enjoys, the one we look forward to the most is the Advent Book Blog. Now in its third year, the blog offers book-lovers and those who shop for them, as … Continue reading

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MENNONITES DON’T DANCE a 2011 best first fiction pick!

At this time of year, there’s no better way to begin the work week than with news that a client’s book has made a year-end best-of list. Things are off to a great start here at the HSW Literary Agency thanks to … Continue reading

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Limited-edition chapbook of stories by Anna Leventhal!

Montreal writer, radio producer, and performance artist Anna Leventhal has just published a limited-edition chapbook of three short stories–one of them new–with Paper Pusher Print Works, a Canadian micro-press that produces beautiful hand-made books, posters, and paper goods. Moving Day & … Continue reading

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