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Suzette Mayr talks with the Calgary Herald

Suzette Mayr talked to the Calgary Herald and reporter Eric Volmers about the process of creating her new novel, Monoceros, in the Sunday, April 17 edition.

In the feature article, Mayr talks about the events that inspired the novel, disenfranchised grief, Catholic schools and (of course) unicorns. Here's a sample:

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Toronto Star profiles Stan Bevington

On Sunday, September 6, the Toronto Star profiled Coach House founder and 'head coach' Stan Bevington, giving special attention to Coach House Press's recent purchase of the building.

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The Varsity profiles Coach House

Upon the purchase of the Coach House, Coach House Press was profiled in The Varsity, the University of Toronto's student paper. Journalist Charlotte Tombs spoke to head coach Stan Bevington and senior editor Alana Wilcox about the publishing house, located on the U of T campus.

Mike Blouin profiled by Broken Pencil

Mike Blouin, author of the novel Chase and Haven, was recently interviewed by Spencer Gordon of Broken Pencil. You can read the full interview online here, but we've put a taste below:

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Sherwin Tjia profiled in Capital Xtra!

Capital Xtra!, Ottawa's LGBT biweekly paper, ran a profile on author and artist Sherwin Tjia on April 15, 2009. The profile, written by Lorraine Garrison, paid special attention to Tjia's poetry collection The World Is A Heartbreaker.

Read the full article at www.xtra.ca:

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Sean Dixon profiled in the Toronto Star

Sean Dixon, author of The Girls Who Saw Everything, was interviewed by the Toronto Star this Monday, July 9, on the day of his Scream in High Park performance.

See the interview at http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/article/233736.

Employing a novel approach to playwriting

July 09, 2007
Vit Wagner<
Publishing Reporter

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Chris Ewart's debut novel grounded in our shifting, alternate realities

By derek beaulieu
FFWD Weekly
May 2, 2006

From his home in Kensington, Chris Ewart has a perfect view of the comings and goings of a community.

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