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Writing 2520A - Write Now! Writers Speak
This course offers you the unique opportunity to learn directly from writers about the craft and profession of writing while working on your own writing. Over the term, 10 writers visit the class to read from their work and discuss their writing and their careers. See all courses
Tom Cull, English and Writing Studies and London's poet laureate, has just released Bad Animals, a book of poetry focused on the relationship between people, animals and nature.
Hiking and Loss: How Trails Can Lead Us Out of Grief by Melanie Chambers
Doing Voices published in The Dalhousie Review by David Barrick