Auberge du Grand Fleuve, Métis-sur-Mer

Auberge du Grand Fleuve, Métis-sur-Mer

Breakneck is the last of Quebec writer Nelly Arcan’s books to be translated into English. (Adam Bilinski)

Review: Nelly Arcan’s Breakneck shows why she’s one of the best writers Canada has ever produced

Breakneck is the last of Quebec writer Nelly Arcan’s books to be translated into English.

Linda Leith

Trade publisher specializing in literary fiction, non-fiction, and short Singles essays. We bring writers and readers together, Changing the world, one book at a time.

Linda Leith

Trade publisher specializing in literary fiction, non-fiction, and short Singles essays. We bring writers and readers together, Changing the world, one book at a time.

Linda Leith (photo: Judith Lermer Crawley)

Linda Leith (photo: Judith Lermer Crawley) In the months leading up to the first Inspire!

Ian McGillis on books: Denis Sampson: A Migrant Heart maps space between emigrant and immigrant.

Denis Sampson’s new book is both touching and frank

Linda Leith

Trade publisher specializing in literary fiction, non-fiction, and short Singles essays.

That’s why, in celebration of its 15th anniversary, the Quebec Writers’ Federation (QWF) is inviting you to host a dinner for your friends and one of Quebec’s top writers.      Here are the stellar and scintillating writers who, depending on the timing, would happily be a guest at your table, sharing insights and stories (only their most recent book titles appear):

That’s why, in celebration of its 15th anniversary, the Quebec Writers’ Federation (QWF) is inviting you to host a dinner for your friends and one of Quebec’s top writers. Here are the stellar and scintillating writers who, depending on the timing, would happily be a guest at your table, sharing insights and stories (only their most recent book titles appear):

Entrants from the 2013 Book Prize

Entrants from the 2013 Book Prize

The Desert Lake  http://www.lindaleith.com/publications#

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Linda Leith's books

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Linda Leith (photo: Judith Lermer Crawley) In the months leading up to the first Inspire!

Chef Michelle Marek of FoodLab

Chef Michelle Marek of FoodLab

Linda Leith (photo: Judith Lermer Crawley)

Linda Leith (photo: Judith Lermer Crawley) In the months leading up to the first Inspire!

Beyond Blue Met: Linda Leith starts a new chapter

The founder of Montreal's acclaimed literary festival reinvents herself, taking on the challenge of running her own publishing house

Linda Leith reviews Mireille Silcoff's Chez l'arabe (House of Anansi Press)  http://roverarts.com/2014/12/sleight-of-hand/

Like the character in these stories, Silcoff had to lie in bed with her head lower than her chest, trying to keep her brain from colliding with her skull.

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