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Ann Diamond


Ann Diamond is an award-winning author from Montreal. She received the Huge MacLennan Prize for fiction for Evil Eye in 1994. A Nun's Diary, her book of poetry, was adapted for theatre. Diamond’s latest book is A Certain Girl, a memoir about secret Cold War experiments on children allegedly sponsored by the American CIA. She was interviewed Geist. Diamond splits her time between Greece and Canada. Read more here.

How I (Finally) Met Leonard Cohen

On a rainy night in October 1970, I crossed paths with Canada's most elusive poet. more »

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The Second Life of Kiril Kadiiski

 He has been called the greatest Bulgarian poet of his generation. Can one literary scandal bury his whole career? more »

Essays

An Awful Thing

“Never write a line you don’t mean,” said Carver. “And don’t ever imag­ine drink­ing will make you a bet­ter writer.” more »

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Final Days: The Last, Desperate Abuses of Power by the Clinton White House

Barbara Olson, author of The Final Days: The Last, Desperate Abuses of Power by the Clinton White House (Regnery), died aboard Flight 77 when it hit the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. Unfortunately, therefore, she does not have to account for the no more »

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