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Redeye Collective | This year marked the 40th anniversary of the overthrow of President Salvador Allende. Augusto Pinochet ruled Chile for the next 15 years with a brutality that saw many thousands imprisoned or killed.
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Redeye Collective | Author Cynthia Flood has just come out with a new collection of short stories. The stories range from left-wing life in Vancouver in the 1970s to the personal politics that exist within families.
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Meagan Perry | Cathi Bond presents the first reading in a series from her new novel Night Town.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | A writer who regularly produces the feeling of incongruity upon re-reading him, that is, the recognition of how much one writes into the text, is Haruki Murakami.
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Michael Stewart | Scrabble is facing accusations that its rules are out of date -- but this debate ignores the dirty secret Scrabble has been hiding for years.
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The F Word | The F Word speaks with Literature for Life -- an organization devoted to unleashing the intellectual potential through reading circles and writing groups.
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Mordecai Briemberg | Salomon Rabinovitch was the inventor of Yiddish literature, publishing under the pen name Sholem Aleichem. A recent film explores the life and times of this writer.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | To mark the centennial of Northrop Frye's birth a week ago, I want to register -- not quite a disagreement with Martin Knelman's lament here about the lack of acclaim for our great literary critic.
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50 Shades of Grey book cover
Theresa Ketterling | Erotica writer and editor Rachel Kramer Bussel and Venus Envy founder Shelley Taylor chat with rabble about EL James' super popular, sexually explicit romance.
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The Bone Cage by Angie Abdou
Theresa Ketterling | The Department of Canadian Heritage will not be funding the Literary Press Group of Canada, an organization which represents 47 small publishers nationwide.
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Kaitlin McNabb | A listing of a few of the great Black Canadian authors who have shaped or continue to define our Canadian cultural landscape.
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Redeye
Jane Williams | A musical adaptation of Dostoevsky's masterpiece The Idiot premiered at the PuSh Festival in Vancouver last week.