Monthly Archives: March 2014

The March Ends, by Catherine Gillier

The calendar has reached near the end of March. If this month is supposed to go out like a lamb, my guess is the lamb will be shaking lots of snow and ice from his fleece. At the library, the … Continue reading

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An Inconvenient Indian by Thomas King, by Sue Culhane

Within the space of a month novelist Thomas King won two major prizes for literary non-fiction for his book “The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America which was published in 2012. King was awarded the … Continue reading

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Mid-March, by Catherine Gillier

The calendar is showing mid-March, even though the temperature has shown us mid-winter for most of the season.  The Ides of March, St. Patrick’s Day and the first day of spring all mark this month.  Perhaps some of the books … Continue reading

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Mavis Gallant, by Sue Culhane

On February 18th 2014 well known Canadian author Mavis Gallant died at the age of 91. Gallant was born in Montreal but left Canada for Europe in her 20’s and lived in Paris for much of her life. She never … Continue reading

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