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The really interesting question is how do you do create that sense of being at Word on the Street?
Q&Q spotlights a few of the exciting new voices you may have missed.
Authors take on the social-media challenge to support Canadian literature.
Expect a combination of live conversations, presentations, and panels on various delivery platforms, as well as pre-recorded events with authors on stage.
Nearly one-quarter of the events were able to happen before the global shutdowns, including a Stan Douglas exhibition.
Of the 61 stores listed, only two are in Canada.
A sign posted on the storefront says that the location will be closed effective immediately.
Don’t Stand So Close to Me tackles the world as it is right now: remote learning, physical distancing, quarantining, and the closing of all non-essential services.
The Quarantine Review is a digital literary journal to be published by Dundurn. The premiere issue will launch June 6.