Revisioning Craft: A Creative Writing Workshop

Revisioning Craft: A Creative Writing Workshop

Our own Kelli Deeth, acclaimed fiction writer and Senior Editor here at The Toronto Review of Books, is inviting registrations for a creative writing workshop that she is co-leading with Sandra Campbell.  Revisioning Craft: Setting, Plot, Memory and Imagination This…

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Atwood’s BookTweetables No. 1

Atwood’s BookTweetables No. 1

The Toronto Review of Books is thrilled to present Atwood’s BookTweetables: a biweekly selection from Margaret Atwood’s matchless Twitter feed.  [View the story “Atwood’s BookTweetables No. 1” on Storify]

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Do you have ideas for The Toronto Review of Books?

Do you have ideas for The Toronto Review of Books?

In four digital issues of essays and poetry a year, and a daily blog, Chirograph, The Toronto Review of Books (TRB) covers print, Internet, e-books, street corners, festivals, songs, thoughts, Toronto, and other artworks. We’re always looking for new contributors and fresh perspectives, so if you have…

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Go Home Print has a Message for TRB Readers

Go Home Print has a Message for TRB Readers

With their new quarterly magazine, Go Home Print collaborators Emma Sharpe, Shanley Maguire and Rhodi Iliadou say they “want to create a beautiful printed object that you can hold in your hands.” Sounds good to us. Here’s their message to TRB readers: Our first issue of…

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