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Profile on The Sawdust Reading Series, with a few questions

By rob mclennan

Call For Submissions: Hamilton Arts & Letters Magazine's 2015 Short Works Prize for writing

Hamilton Arts & Letters Magazine is now accepting submissions for their 2nd Annual Short Works Prize for writing.

A profile of Karen Solie (with a few questions)

By rob mclennan

Profile on Damian Lopes, Poet Laureate of the City of Barrie, with a few questions

by rob mclennan

A profile of Abby Paige (with a few questions)

by rob mclennan

SALON Theatre and Kingston WritersFest Partner for Sir John A. Macdonald Week Literary Events

SALON Theatre Productions and Kingston WritersFest have partnered to present two literary evenings as part of Macdonald Week 2015, a series of arts-focused programming marki

Five Explorer Questions With Jane Fairburn

Detailing the rich history and the many changes to Toronto's historic waterfront over the years,

Profile on Frances Boyle, with a few questions

by rob mclennan

Five Explorer Questions With Rose Ricciardelli

Rose Ricciardelli knows a lot about the inner workings and failings of Canadian prisons.

A profile of Pearl Pirie’s phafours (with a few questions)

By rob mclennan

IFOA Ontario Interview Series, with Michael Winter

The 35th Annual IFOA Festival is now underway!

Five Explorer Questions with Jon Radojkovic

Open Book Explorer is happy to interview Jon Radojkovic about his popular book

IFOA Ontario Interview Series, with Catherine Graham

The 35th Annual IFOA Festival is now underway!

IFOA Ontario Interview Series, with Michael Crummey

The 35th Annual IFOA Festival is now underway!

Profile on Arc Poetry Magazine

by rob mclennan

IFOA Ontario Interview Series, with Ann-Marie MacDonald

The 35th Annual IFOA Festival is now underway!

Five Explorer Questions with Richard Feltoe

Richard Feltoe's wealth of knowledge regarding The War of 1812 has lead to many featured bo

Five Explorer Questions With Terry Murray

Terry Murray has a grotesque fascination with Toronto, and here at Open Book Explorer we think that makes for goo

A profile of The Rotary Dial (with a few questions)

by rob mclennan

Five Explorer Questions With Marianne Apostolides

Marianne Apostolides' writing is something to behold. Nuanced, beautifully layered, it leads a reader to anticipate one thing, and then surprises them with another.

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