Allendria Brunjes

Allendria Brunjes recently graduated from Carleton University's journalism program, with a second major in English literature. She loves to read everything from William Shakespeare and Shani Mootoo to tubes of toothpaste and cheesy teen novels. When she's not in the book lounge, Allendria writes articles and takes photos that have been published across the country. Allendria is always up for a good adventure -- the crazier, the better.

Allendria Brunjes
Podcast
Apr 16, 2009

Episode 19, Part 1 - Getting back into nature

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<p>Richard Louv, author of <em>Last Child in the Woods: Saving our Children from Nature Deficit Disorder</em>, speaks at a conference held by Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC.</p>
Podcast
Apr 16, 2009

Episode 19, Part 2 - Getting back into nature

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<p>Richard Louv, author of <em>Last Child in the Woods: Saving our Children from Nature Deficit Disorder</em>, speaks at a conference held by Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC.</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
News
Apr 9, 2009

Diving in to save money and the planet

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In today’s economic climate and environmental culture, people are looking for ways to cut costs wherever possible while still being green. Our correspondent dives into a burgeoning subculture.
Blog
Apr 1, 2009

Novel ideas

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In less than a month, Michael Ignatieff’s new book, True Patriot Love, will be out on the shelves. Meanwhile, mystery swirls around the progress of Stephen Harper’s tome on the history of hockey.
Blog
Mar 2, 2009

From page to screen

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Literature is becoming more digitized and more accessible than ever before. Libraries will have to change to reach out and bring people back to their books.
Book Review
Feb 26, 2009

Smoke and mirrors

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Shani Mootoo, award-winning author of Cereus Blooms at Night and He Drown She in the Sea, discusses her latest novel Valmiki's Daughter.
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