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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.

John Goldbach, the author of The Devil and the Detective (Coach House Books), answers the Proust Questionnaire. He discusses the hairstyles of musicians, reveals a career he would like to have and tells Open Book about a few good ways to end your days. Read the interview here.

Open Book?s new Writer-in-Residence is Ann Ireland, author of The Blue Guitar (Dundurn Press). Keep an eye out for her blog posts, read her WIR page and enter Open Book?s contest to win a copy of The Blue Guitar. Check out the giveaway details here.

Ann Shin, the author of The Family China (Brick Books), speaks with Open Book as part of a Poets in Profile interview. She describes the miniature forest that contributed to her becoming a poet, her most unlikely source of inspiration and the common response that poets get. Read the interview here.

As part of Open Book's celebration of Graphic Literature Month, Open Book: Toronto speaks with Aaron Costain, a member of Toronto jam comics collective Team Society League and a contributor to The Big Team Society League Book of Answers (Koyama Press). He describes his office with its two desks and explains what his favourite mediums to work with are. Read the interview here.

Tamara Faith Berger, the winner of the Believer Book Award for Maidenhead (Coach House Books), speaks with Open Book as part of the WAR Series. She reveals the book that made her cry and the book she understands less the more she re-reads it. Click here to read the interview.

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