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Review Excerpt for The Only Snow in Havana: The Ottawa Citizen

“Captivity Tales and The Only Snow in Havana are marked by a style and sensibility that have the same fullness and restraint found in Glenn Gould’s music and David Milne’s art.” —The Ottawa Citizen

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Review excerpt for The Only Snow in Havana: Canadian Book Review Annual

“The writing is a constant joy, alive with simple images that strike to the heart, a clarity of expression that is like clean air, observations that stop on the page. The book floats in the mind after it is read, … Continue reading

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George Woodcock on The Only Snow in Havana

“Imaginary, inventive, filled with its own light in rather a similar way to an Impressionist painting. It has a unique gleaming quality.” —George Woodcock

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12 or 20 Questions Interview with Rob McLennan

1 – How did your first book change your life? I was living in New York City, and shortly before Crossing the Snow Line came out from Black Moss Press, the poet Fred Wah happened to visit me and he warned me not … Continue reading

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In Conversation: The New Quarterly interview

Elizabeth Hay in Conversation with The New Quarterly Magazine, originally published in spring 2009. The original item is published here with permission of the magazine. Elizabeth Hay – In Conversation With Hannah Albert I began this conversation with Elizabeth Hay … Continue reading

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