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Weekly Roundup: Open Book: Toronto

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An update to some of this week's news and features on Open Book: Toronto.

We chat with writers from the Toronto Street Writers program, an initiative headed by author Emily Pohl-Weary, which brings together talented young writers from different walks of life. Read the interviews with Jenna Anne Kennedy, Richard Chang and Krystle McKenzie.

We learn 12 unexpected facts about Sean Slater and Ali Kazimi in our Dirty Dozen series.

Dalton Higgins writes about 400-page books in the age of Twitter in his latest feature on Open Book: Toronto.

Our talented Writer-in-Residence, Pasha Malla, discusses "Cave Paintings" and "Shopping for Knowledge."

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