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Posts tagged ‘The Miracles of Ordinary Men’

On writing vulnerability

The good folks at The Puritan have been running a lovely series of essays exploring currents issues in nonfiction writing over on their blog The Town Crier. The series has been lovingly and skillfully curated by Amanda Leduc, author of the novel The Miracles of Ordinary men and editor at Big Truths. Read more


Halifax reading: August 17 @The Company House

I’m excited to be joining friend and fellow writer Amanda Leduc as she celebrates the Halifax launch of her debut novel The Miracles of Ordinary Men. We’re reading with Kris Bertin, Amy Jones, & Chris Donahoe at The Company House on Saturday, August 17th, from 6:30-8:00 pmRead more

Miracle Writer: A Conversation with Amanda Leduc

What happens when someone is visited by an angel of God? Canadian writer Amanda Leduc’s writing explores miracles, faith, and penance, among other themes. Her novel The Miracles of Ordinary Men was published earlier this month by Toronto’s ECW Press to wide acclaim. She’s an exciting, multi-faceted writer whose short story “Asking For Change” also appeared this month over at Little Fiction. Read more