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Weekly Round-up: Open Book: Ontario

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Open Book: Ontario

The leaves are changing colours, Thanksgiving weekend is almost upon us, and before you know it, it will be Hallowe'en! Here's what you may have missed at Open Book: Ontario during the first week of October:

Special Features
A Day at Kingston Wristersfest 2012, including a photo gallery and coverage of events featuring the likes of Vincent Lam, Pasha Malla, Will Ferguson, and more!

The first-ever non-Ontario-based Bookmark (from Project Bookmark Canada) is announced! Can you guess the book? Hint: It will be placed at the intersection of Pender and Gore in Chinatown, Vancouver.

Max Middle answers questions about the AB Series in a combination profile and interview by rob mclennan.

Talking to Authors
Patricia K. McCarthy, author of the Crimson series, shares the details of her writing space.

Leslie Arden answers the Proust Questionnaire, revealing her best and worst traits, favourites and pet peeves, and her greatest accomplishment (hint: it isn't her writing or her music).

Rob Davey chats about his latest biography, aka, bpNichol, including his relationship to the famous writer.

Finally, Shaun Smith talks about audiences. He discusses his own work and reveals who other writers believe they are writing for, including Rick Blechta, Terry Fallis, Lisa Harrington, Niall Leonard, Christine Pountney, Cordelia Strube and Urve Tamberg.

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