At the Alberta Literary Awards Gala on September 29, Karen Hines became a two-time winner of the Gwen Pharis Ringwood Award for Drama for her musical Hello ... Hello. Congratulations, Karen!
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Hello ... Hello, the Coach House drama title by Karen Hines, has been shortlisted for an Alberta Literary Award! The romantic satire is in the running for the Gwen Pharis Ringwood Award for Drama.
Already nominated for many Chalmers and Dora awards, Hello ... Hello is a scathing satire, an ice-cold fantasia and a sweet love story for a strange new world.
Winners will be announced and awards presented at the Alberta Literary Awards Gala on Saturday, September 29.
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Publishers Weekly has published a gorgeous full-page Signature review of Lisa Robertson's Cinema of the Present, calling the book "a magnificent testament to the eroticism of thought."
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