BEST CANADIAN ESSAYS 2013 LAUNCH

Join Tightrope Books and editor Chris Doda for the launch of Best Canadian Essays 2013. This fifth annual collection contains award-winning and nominated nonfiction Canadian articles that are topical, engaging, and have their finger on the pulse of our contemporary psyches.

The launch will be held on Tuesday, November 26, 7pm at PJ O’Brien Pub, 39 Colborne Street (behind the King Edward Hotel), Toronto.

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BEST CANADIAN ESSAYS 2013

Best Canadian Essays 2013 CoverISBN: 9781926639703
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Culled from leading magazines on topics as diverse as race, economy, literature, sports, bioethics, and family, Best Canadian Essays 2013 contains award-winning and nominated nonfiction articles that are topical, engaging, and have their finger on the pulse of our contemporary psyches. The collection showcases the best essays from journals across the country and features authors including Wayne Grady’s “On the Willing Suspension of Disbelief,” Patricia Robertson’s “Against Domesticated Fiction,” Chris Turner’s “On Tipping in Cuba,” Mark Kingwell’s “Building Cities, Making Friends,” and many more.

Christopher Doda is a critic, an editor, and a poet. He is the author of the collections of poetry Aesthetics Lesson and Among Ruins, and his poems and reviews have appeared in journals and magazines across Canada. He is the book review editor for the online journal Studio.

Stephen Marche is the author of several books, including How Shakespeare Changed Everything and Love and the Mess We’re In. He currently writes “A Thousand Words About Our Culture,” a monthly column for Esquire magazine, which in 2011 was a finalist for the ASME National Magazine Award for Commentary, in addition to opinion pieces for The Globe and Mail, The New Republic, The New York Times, Salon.com, The Toronto Star, and The Wall Street Journal.

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