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Ian Shaw is a Canadian novelist
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In this special holiday season's issue, we offer our insights on seven new books and a special interview with one of Ottawa's finest novelists, Alan Cumyn. We have gone eclectic in the December issue, offering reviews ranging from Roughing it in the Bush by nineteenth-century writer Susanna Moodie to Life and Bronze by one of Canada's most gifted metal scupltors, Ruth Abernethy, to the brilliant prose of David Bergen, Jen Sookfong Lee, John Metcalf, Phyllis Smallman and Sanita Fejzic. We would also like to draw your attention to the launch of Canada's newest literary award, the Frank Hegyi Award for Emerging Authors. The deadline is January 15, 2017, and details about the award, which is sponsored by the Ottawa Independent Writers, can be found in this month's issue.

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Montreal writer Caroline Vu, who recently won the Fred Kerner Award of the Canadian Authors Association for her first novel, Palawan Story (Deux Voiliers Publishing), will be launching the French translation of her second novel, That Summer in Provincetown (Guernica Editions), on September 28. Cet Été à Provincetown will be published by Éditions de la Pleine Lune, which has also published the French translations of the novels of Lawrence Hill and Trevor Ferguson. Caroline wll also be reading at Café Shaika on August 28 as part of NDG Arts Week.  https://www.facebook.com/events/1001897496590291/

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Montreal writer Caroline Vu, who recently won the Fred Kerner Award of the Canadian Authors Association for her first novel, Palawan Story (Deux Voiliers Publishing), will be launching the French translation of her second novel, That Summer in Provincetown (Guernica Editions), on September 28. Cet Été à Provincetown will be published by Éditions de la Pleine Lune, which has also published the French translations of the novels of Lawrence Hill and Trevor Ferguson. Caroline wll also be reading at Café Shaika on August 28 as part of NDG Arts Week.  https://www.facebook.com/events/1001897496590291/

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Montreal writer Caroline Vu, who recently won the Fred Kerner Award of the Canadian Authors Association for her first novel, Palawan Story (Deux Voiliers Publishing), will be launching the French translation of her second novel, That Summer in Provincetown (Guernica Editions), on September 28. Cet Été à Provincetown will be published by Éditions de la Pleine Lune, which has also published the French translations of the novels of Lawrence Hill and Trevor Ferguson. Caroline wll also be reading at Café Shaika on August 28 as part of NDG Arts Week.  https://www.facebook.com/events/1001897496590291/

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Click below for Deux Voiliers Publishing's latest title, Quite Perfectly Dead.

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Stage Business by Gerry Fostaty, published by Deux Voiliers Publishing, has just been longlisted for the inaugural Whistler Independent Book Awards. Yaay!
http://www.tidewaterfestival.com/whistler-independent-book-awards-2016-nominees/
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