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Michael Harris, 2014 Canada Council laureate - Governor General's Literary Awards

Michael Harris, 2014 Canada Council laureate – Governor General's Literary Awards

Please like this video and subscribe to support the arts in Canada. Michael Harris is a 2014 winner of the Governor General’s Literary Awards for “The End of Absence: Reclaiming What We’ve Lost in a World of Constant Connection” (category: Non-fiction) The Canada Council for the Arts funds, administers and promotes the Governor General’s Literary Awards, Canada’s oldest and most prestigious literary awards program with a total value of $450,000…. Read Article →

Andrée A. Michaud, 2014 Canada Council laureate - Governor General's Literary Awards

Andrée A. Michaud, 2014 Canada Council laureate – Governor General's Literary Awards

Please like this video and subscribe to support the arts in Canada. Andrée A. Michaud is a 2014 winner of the Governor General’s Literary Awards for “Bondrée” (category: Fiction) The Canada Council for the Arts funds, administers and promotes the Governor General’s Literary Awards, Canada’s oldest and most prestigious literary awards program with a total value of $450,000. This year’s best books The Canada Council for the Arts is a… Read Article →

Whose CanLit is it Anyway?

Whose CanLit is it Anyway?

In “Arrival: The Story of CanLit,” Nick Mount offers an extensive view of CanLit, the authors at the forefront of it, and how the Canadian literary industrial complex works. Mount, a University of Toronto literature professor, joins The Agenda, along with a panel of writers and critics, to describe the genesis of the CanLit boom and what it means today. today it's pretty easy to rhyme off an impressive list… Read Article →

Marianne Dubuc, 2014 Canada Council laureate - Governor General's Literary Awards

Marianne Dubuc, 2014 Canada Council laureate – Governor General's Literary Awards

Please like this video and subscribe to support the arts in Canada. Marianne Dubuc is a 2014 winner of the Governor General’s Literary Awards for “Le lion et l’oiseau” (category: Children’s literature – illustration) The Canada Council for the Arts funds, administers and promotes the Governor General’s Literary Awards, Canada’s oldest and most prestigious literary awards program with a total value of $450,000. This year’s best books The Canada Council… Read Article →

Jillian Tamaki, 2014 Canada Council laureate - Governor General's Literary Awards

Jillian Tamaki, 2014 Canada Council laureate – Governor General's Literary Awards

Jillian Tamaki, 2014 Canada Council laureate – Governor General’s Literary Awards Please like this video and subscribe to support the arts in Canada. Jillian Tamaki is a 2014 winner of the Governor General’s Literary Awards for “This One Summer” (category: Children’s literature – illustration) The Canada Council for the Arts funds, administers and promotes the Governor General’s Literary Awards, Canada’s oldest and most prestigious literary awards program with a total… Read Article →

Caitie & Eva: From YPU to Professional Playwrights

Caitie & Eva: From YPU to Professional Playwrights

Graduates of Tarragon’s Young Playwright’s Unit Caitie Graham and Eva Barrie share their latest projects, share memories of their time at Tarragon, and discuss their transition to professional playwrights. For more information on the Young Playwrights Unit visit Video by Emily Dix Eva how's it goin I don't know how are you Katie oh it's good it you know good to see you about good tarragon not got the old… Read Article →