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Jane Farrow

Jane is a curious Torontonian who has immersed herself in urban affairs as a city hall staffer, community animator, CBC radio broadcaster and writer. She was the first executive director of Jane's Walk, ...

Stephanie Chambers

Stephanie Chambers is a news researcher at the Globe and Mail and teaches investigative reporting at Humber College. She has been a researcher for many Globe stories from investigative to business and ...

Jill Connell

Jill Connell is a playwright, director, and producer and a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada. Her plays have been produced in Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa, Montreal, and Fredericton. ...

The Dusty Bookshelf: September 2016

By Coach House October 05, 2016

What’re the beleaguered folks at Coach House reading this month to stave off bad feelings as the sun begins to set earlier?

Joseph Boyden

Joseph Boyden divides his time between Northern Ontario and teaching at the University of New Orleans. His novel, Three Day Road, made the short list for the Governor General's Literary Award.

David Bergen

David Bergen is an award-winning author of five previous novels and a collection of short stories. A Year of Lesser was a New York Times Notable Book and The Case of Lena S. was a finalist for the Governor ...

Grace O’Connell

Grace O’Connell is the author of the award-winning novel Magnified World (Random House, 2012). Her work has appeared in The Walrus, Taddle Creek, and Quill & Quire, and will be published in The Journey ...

Zsuzsi Gartner

Zsuzsi Gartner is the author of two critically acclaimed story collections, including the 2010 Giller Prize nominee Better Living Through Plastic Explosives (Hamish Hamilton Canada). She has won the National ...

Pasha Malla

Pasha Malla's first collection of short stories, The Withdrawal Method, a Globe and Mail and National Post book of the year, won the Danuta Gleed Literary Award and the Trillum Book Award, and was shortlisted ...