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Andreas Schroeder

B-C writer Andreas Schroeder spent more than 30 years working to create Canada's Public Lending Right... and for his efforts he was presented this year with the Graeme Gibson Award.

The award is given by The Writers Union of Canada for "varied and remarkable contributions to improve the circumstances of writers in Canada."

Andreas spent decades working to give writers a stronger voice in our country... and still managed to publish more than 20 books.
My conversation with Andreas is part of the NXNW podcast for Sept. 23.

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