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Great news!

Hidden Brook Press publisher/editor Richard “Tai” Grove is home from his annual Canada Cuba Literary Alliance trip to Cuba. As we speak, he is working on production for the fundraiser anthology, They Have To Take You In.

Gord Langill of the CMHA has promised us an introduction–with his background in mental health as well as literature I think we can look forward to something special.

I’m excited!

We’ll do an event in Peterborough, probably at The Barbeside, as well as possible launches in Toronto at Zoinks and at Cat Sass Norwood, if it’s still extant by the time we go to press.

Not sure of the dates yet as they depend entirely on Tai’s schedule–so please don’t ask me!

Happy spring! I think we can believe it now. Except there’s snow in Norwood. New snow…falling on the lake our little Ouse River has lately become…

They Have To Take You In

Fiction and Memoir

Life Skills by Jan Thornhill

The Doppelgängers by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Orange and Amber by Tapanga Koe

Murky Pinks by Georgia Fisher

Winterstorm by Barbara Ponomareff

Just Like Rain by Michelle Berry

Giiwedinong by Leanne Simpson

Foxford by Sandra Kasturi

The Missing Elephant by Robert Runté

Up, Away, Here, Gone by Andrew McDonald

A Better Closet by Mela Brown

Zhezhi by Michael Matheson

Witness by Ruth Clarke

Arnold Pepper Doesn’t Care by Joe Davies

The Corner of Crack and Ho’ by P.J. Thomas

Belvedere by Margaret Slavin Dyment

Leadfoot Sally: An Excerpt from Uranium City Return by Tim Becket

Anna’s Story by Dana Tkachenko


About The Creation of Life On Earth by Robert Priest

McLoneliness by Ron Chase

Paper Stairs by Linda Rogers

100 Percent Acrylic by Debbie Oakun Hill

Family Tree by Colleen Anderson

Metro West by Ariel David Skelly Langen

On the Road by Daryl Salach

ode’min giizis (heart berry moon) at Couchiching First Nation by Gord Bruyere

Lethe by Donna Langevin

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