Quill Quire

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She also reveals both the unexpected freedoms and the cold brutality of
everyday life under the rule of the Communist Party and its civilian collaborators.
More importantly, Chong emphasizes the fact that Lu was never completely
abandoned, even during his incarceration in a labour prison. Egg on Mao is a
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Canadian Reference Sources

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Z487 H43 1993 fol. 015.71034 Qui// & quire. General index. - Compiled by
Duncan McLaren. - (1935/72)-( 1974/75). - Toronto : McLaren Micropublishing,
1973-1976. - 3 vol. - 0824-7919 A subject index to articles in Quill A- quire, the
periodical of the Canadian book industry. Three volumes covering 1935/72, 1973
and 1974/75. Excludes book reviews. Author entries included for signed articles.
From January 1976, Quill & quire is indexed in the Canadian periodical index.

Places To Grow

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March 1997): 16-17. 98. Scott Anderson, “Toronto Next Free-Net City: Costs a
Hurdle, for the Network as aWhole and for Libraries that Want to Join,” Quill &
Quire 6 (April 1994): 9. 99. Mary Land, “Libraries Break New Ground [with
Clearnet Communications Inc.],” Quill & Quire 63 (June 1997): 23. 100. Isabel J.
Askew, “TPL Partners with Local Hospital,” Quill & Quire 66 (Oct. 2000): 12. 101.
Scott Anderson, “Current Demands and Future Promise,” Quill & Quire 60 (June
1994): 20-21.

Get Published

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Gray, Charlotte. “Canada's Storyteller.” Quill & Quire 71 (January 2005): 12.
Hanson, Cheri. “Lives of the Poets.” Quill & Quire 72 (April 2006): 18–19. Harvey,
Kenneth J. “Building the Brand.” Quill & Quire 72 (April 2006): 58. Knelman,
Martin. “The Perils of Canadian Publishing.” Toronto Star (May 5, 2002): D02.
Langer, Adam. “Enough About Me #12.” June 19, 2005. http://www.
thebookstandard.com/bookstandard/community/commentary_ display. jsp?
vnu_content_id=1000956953.

Creating The National Mosaic

Author: Miriam Verena Richter
Publisher: Rodopi
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At the same time, the Association encouraged libraries to continue “on their own
initiative the celebration of Young Canada's Book Week.”243 This suggests not
that the programme itself was questioned but that the discontinuation was merely
a matter of funding. The tremendous uproar about this decision shows the high
esteem in which YCBW was held and reflects again widespread public and
political interest in this national-cultural topic: both Feliciter and Quill & Quire
were full of ...

Book Publishing I

Author: Rowland Lorimer
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“Big Numbers, Low Profile: Canadian mass-market authors outsell their 'literary'
compatriots but are invisible in the media, just one example of how format
influences a book's reception,” Quill & Quire, January 1995, 14. Jacobs, Valerie.
Interview by author, August 25, 1999. Lorinc, John. “Data Vacuum,” Quill & Quire,
September 1995, 9. ———. “No More Fiction from Macmillan,” Quill & Quire,
October 1994, 25. ———. “Publishing for Dummies: In the new partnership
between idg and ...