Literary arts

Scotiabank announces increased support for Canadian literary arts through Little Free Library and Scotiabank Giller Prize collaboration

TORONTO –News Direct– Scotiabank TORONTO, November 2, 2021 / 3BL Media / – Scotiabank announced a new collaboration with Little Free Library, the world’s largest book-sharing movement, to place thousands of copies of the novels shortlisted for the Scotiabank Prize Giller in Little Free Libraries across Canada. Today, Canadians can …

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Support the literary arts community at the introvert ball

Attend the What Cheer Writers Club event in person to connect with other creatives or support yourself from the comfort of your home. Join the What Cheer Writers Club and participate in fun community festivities like on-demand poetry and silent auction. Photo courtesy of Jodie Noel Vinson. On Saturday October …

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Scotiabank announces additional support for Canadian literary arts in collaboration with Little Free Library and the Scotiabank Giller Prize

TORONTO, 25 October 2021 / CNW / – Scotiabank today announced a new collaboration with Small free library, the world’s largest book-sharing movement, to place thousands of copies of the novels shortlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize in small free libraries across Canada. Scotiabank is giving Little Free Library stewards …

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Julien Baker explored the literary arts on ‘Little Oblivions’, now she’s ready to educate

Baker’s “Little Oblivions,” her third studio album, received widespread praise for its full band sound (new accompaniments that she performed on her own) and intentional, confident lyricism. The 12 track album is more streamlined than equally emotionally anchored “Sprained Ankle” and “Turn Out the Light”. Baker worked with producer and …

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