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With the publication of her first novel, critic Kate Taylor may get a taste of her own medicine. She’s ready.
Allan Levine on Winnipeg’s seamy literary reputation
How to research a novel on the Net
Why don’t our letters have real names?
Two kinds of editors you don’t want to work with
For novelist Kristen den Hartog, fairy tales are bred in the bone
Where are all the funny Canadian writers?
Turning a radio play into a novel
Theresa Kishkan’s novella Inishbream was 18 years in the making