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Weekly Round-Up: Open Book: Toronto

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Open Book: Toronto

In case you missed it, here is an update of all the interviews and features on Open Book: Toronto this week.

Playwright Deanna Di Lello tells Open Book: Toronto about author Brian Francis’ Self-Editing 101 workshop and how it teaches writers how to look critically at their writing throughout the whole writing process, not just when the novel is complete. Read about it here.

Poet John Reibetanz answers Open Book’s questions in an On Writing interview. He tells Open Book about his new collection of poems Afloat (Brick Books), how water awakens us and more. Read the interview here.

Andrew Pyper, author of The Demonologist (Simon & Schuster), names five literary things in Dufferin Grove, a neighbourhood in the west end of Toronto, as part of Open Book’s Five Things Literary series. Learn more about this part of Toronto here.

Adira Rotstein, author of Little Jane and the Nameless Isle (Dundurn), speaks with Open Book in an On Writing interview. She explains the inspiration for the Nameless Isle, her perfect writing day and more here.

David Rotenberg, author of A Murder of Crows (Simon & Schuster), describes his workplace in this week’s At the Desk feature. Read about his journey to find the perfect desk, and the space in which he writes his Junction Chronicles here.

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