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Posts tagged ‘Anthony De Sa’

The Electric Boy acquired by Doubleday Canada

I’m thrilled to share the news that my novel The Electric Boy has been acquired by Doubleday Canada editor-in-chief Martha Kanya-Forstner. Martha has been a fierce champion of the manuscript, and I’m so thrilled to have her exceptional editorial insight and instincts as I work through the project. Over the years, she’s worked with a number of writers I admire, including fiction writers Vincent Lam, Wayson Choy, Camilla Gibb, Anthony DeSa, Michael Crummey, and Nino Ricci, and nonfiction writers James Orbinski, Michael Harris and Desmond Cole. Read more


Currently Living…one year later.

This month my blog turns one year old. Happy birthday, blog. I wanted to take this opportunity to look back and reflect on what’s come to pass in the last twelve months on Currently Living. Read more

Revisiting Toronto the Good: An interview with Anthony De Sa

How does the murder of a young boy change a city’s identity? And how do those who live through such a crime come to terms with the emotional and physical fallout in their own lives?

These are some of the questions Anthony De Sa explores in his gripping new novel Kicking the SkyRead more