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Dorothy Ellen Palmer talks to the CBC Book Club

Throughout March, the CBC Book Club is talking Words & Music, talking to authors about how music affects their writing process.

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CBC Book Club asks Sean Dixon about his musical influences

The CBC Book Club is celebrating Words & Music throughout March. And as part of the month-long event, they're asked eight writers to tell them what piece of music (song, artist, album or musical) has had the greatest impact on their writing.

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Concrete Music Night highlighted in Eye Weekly

This weekend's highly anticipated Concrete Music Night, part of the soundaXis festival (and inspired by the Coach House book Concrete Toronto), was a feature in Eye Weekly:

http://www.eyeweekly.com/music/streetspirit/article/28257

Concrete Toronto Music

by Sarah Lis

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Exclaim! gives a shout out to The State of the Arts

By Michael Barclay
Exclaim!
February 2007

Toronto The Good

In 2005, uTOpia: Towards a New Toronto (Coach House Press) was an unexpectedly successful book of essays re-imagining Toronto as a city of possibility and invention. The fact that there’s now a sequel, The State of the Arts: Living With Culture in Toronto, is either proof that the notion of Torontopia soldiers on, or proof to outsiders that Torontonians never tire of talking about themselves.

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