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Biographical portraits up for Charles Taylor non-fiction lit prize

0 What's the most utopian fiction of all? – Boing Boing

And then I realized I had no idea what novel I'd write next. I have notes for about five books, but none of them feel quite… ripe. The closest is probably a prequel
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Charles Taylor Prize for Literary non-fiction to be awarded in Toronto today

TORONTO – One of five non-fiction authors will be $25,000 richer today after the winner of the Charles Taylor Prize is revealed at an event in Toronto. In all, 129 books submitted by 43 publishers were considered for the award, before jurors Susanne
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Deep Carbon study finds science-fiction worlds deep underground

Early results from the historic 10-year, $500-million research project outline strange new worlds right out of science fiction: colonies of microbes millions of years old, hydrogen-eating life forms, natural gas seeping from chemical processes within
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American Short Fiction is Back

Local literary magazine American Short Fiction has announced its return with new editors Adeena Reitberger and Rebecca Markovits picking up where Jill Meyers and Callie Collins left off. American Short Fiction began in 1991, relaunched in 2006, and had
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Biographical portraits up for Charles Taylor non-fiction lit prize

In depth looks into the world of Renaissance artist Leonardo, the life of Canadian poet P.K. Page and the rise of National Ballet of Canada founder Celia Franca are vying for the $25,000 Charles Taylor Prize for literary non-fiction. The annual
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