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September 2011- Archives

Kate Cassaday: Not in those words

Gail Vaz-Oxlade's editor puts in her two cents on working with Canada's most hard-hitting financial guru....

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Gail Vaz-Oxlade: You want me to do what?

Canada's financial guru, Gail Vaz-Oxlade, is known for her tough talk. In her editor, Kate Cassaday, she's finally met her match....

Carmine Starnino: The power of a light touch

The editor of Richard Greene's GG Award-winning book of poems, Boxing the Compass, on the importance of not mucking around too much....

Richard Greene: Striking gold in the kitchen sink

The Governor General's Award-winning poet pays tribute to his editor, Carmine Starnino, and the art of distilling a lifetime of poetry into one acclaimed volume....

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Martha Sharpe: Every book needs a good nap

The former head of House of Anansi divulges her secret weapon in the demanding work of editing literary fiction. Hint: it may involve an afghan....

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Alayna Munce: The Editing Conversation

For this poetry editor at Brick Books - herself a bestselling writer - the best editing happens in the glow of a good conversation.  ...

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