Open Book Toronto talks to the executor of Daniel Jones's literary estate, Jeffrey Canton, about the difficulties associated with re-releasing a deceased author's work. Canton also reflects on the glory days of the Toronto punk scene, Jones's public and private personas, and the sudden resurgence of interest in the Toronto writer's legacy.
The City of Ottawa announced on November 12 that for his stunning book of poetry, A Pretty Sight, he had won the 2014 Archibald Lampman Award and the Ottawa Book Award in the English fiction category. Congrats, David!
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