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May 17, 2012

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Finding 'contemporary resonance’ in World War I

Finding ‘contemporary resonance’ in World War I

“There’s no point writing about the past unless there’s some sort of contemporary resonance.” These may seem like strange words coming from Irish novelist John Boyne, who has almost exclusively written about the past and achieved worldwide renown for his book The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, which was set during the Holocaust. But during a stop in Vancouver to promote his World War I novel The Absolutist, he told Zouch that he’s always looking for parallels between the past and the present.

Interviews, Writers
{FICTION} Brady's Gift

{FICTION} Brady’s Gift

Dear Mister Bill Gates, Hello. My name is Tammy Maybury and I live in Redmond, Washington, with my Mom and her boyfriend and my younger brother Brady. I'm nine

Fiction, Literature
That's So Gay: The New Queer (Gladstone Hotel, Toronto)

{Exhibit} That’s So Gay: The New Queer

Pride, though albeit in a somewhat commercialized capacity, seems to have come a long way.

Art, Culture

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