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The Crow's Theatre production of Eternal Hydra returns to Toronto's Factory Theatre for a limited engagement from January 22 until February 13. Click here to check out the trailer!

Mark Medley has posted a list of the books he is most looking forward to reading in 2011 on the National Post's Afterword blog, and Suzette Mayr's Monoceros is on it!

Jen Knoch has published a list of the best ten books she read this year on her Keeping It Real Book Club blog, and Cordelia Strube's Lemon is on it! Here's what she has to say about the book:

The sub-zero temperatures, grey days and drifts of snow that characterize January have arrived. And we at Coach House know you won't want to leave your house in January any more than is absolutely necessary. That's why we've created the 'Shipping-free Shut-in Sale.'

What does this mean? Well, friends, if you spend over $30 in our online store, we'll ship your order to you, completely free of charge! Free shipping!

Over at Karen the Small Press Librarian's blog, she's listed some Small Press Recommendations on the eve of the Eve of the New Year, with books highlighted by Doug Gordon (New Door Books, Philadelphia), Samantha Giles (Small Press Traffic, San Francisco) and Veronica Liu (Fractious Press, New York)

On Monday, December 27, 2010, Toronto Star columnist Heather Mallick announced her list of the 'best arts-and-smarts people' of 2010. Alongside American novelist Joyce Carol Oates and Obama assistant Elizabeth Warren was Lemon author Cordelia Strube.

From The Star:

As 2010 comes to an end, blogs are compiling their 'best of the year' lists. And there's a lot of love for Rachel Zolf's Neighbour Procedure.

The North of Invention festival presents 10 Canadian poets working at the cutting edge of contemporary poetic practice, bringing them first to the Kelly Writers House, then to Poets' House in New York City for two days of readings, presentations and discussion in each location.

Book Madam Julie Wilson is also the Publicity Instigator for Iambik.com. She recently sat down with author Andrew Kaufman and narrator Gordon Mackenzie to talk about the new audio version of All My Friends Are Superheroes.