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Hardcover Fiction

  1. A Memory of Light (Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson)
  2. Speaking From Among the Bones (Alan Bradley)
  3. Tenth of December: Stories (George Saunders)
  4. 419 (Will Ferguson)
  5. Flight Behaviour (Barbara Kingsolver)

Paperback Fiction:

  1. February (Lisa Moore)
  2. American Gods (Neil Gaiman)
  3. The Child's Child (Barbara Vine)
  4. The One I Left Behind (Jennifer McMahon)
  5. In One Person (John Irving)

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Author Event with Cecil Foster, Feb 3rd

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Canadian Novelist: Cecil Foster
WHEN Tuesday, February 3, 2015, 7 – 8pm
WHERE Owens Art Gallery Foyer
EVENT TYPE Lecture / Seminar
ORGANIZATION CENTRE FOR CANADIAN STUDIES
NOTE

Canadian novelist, journalist, and scholar Cecil Foster is the author of the non-fiction works ‘Distorted Mirror: Canada’s Racist Face’ (1991); ‘A Place Called Heaven: The Meaning of Being Black in Canada’ (1996); ‘Island Wings: A Memoir’ (1998); ‘Where Race Does Not Matter’ (2005), and ‘Blackness and Modernity: The Colour of Humanity and the Quest for Freedom’ (2007) and the novels ‘No Man in the House’ (1991), ‘Sleep on, Beloved’ (1995), ‘Slammin’ Tar’ (1998), ‘Dry Bone Memories’ (2001) and ‘Independence’ (2014). Dr. Foster is professor in the Department of Transnational Studies at SUNY Buffalo, where he is also Associate Director of Canadian Studies.

Co-sponsored by the Centre for Canadian Studies and BSAAT.

Reception to follow. Everyone welcome.

Author Event with Mark Blagrave

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Monday, January 26 | 4 – 6pm
Location: Owens Art Gallery Foyer

Mark Blagrave returns to Mount Allison to read from his new collection of stories ‘Salt in the Wounds’.

Co-sponsored by the Centre for Canadian Studies and the Department of English.

Refreshments. Everyone welcome!

Organization: CENTRE FOR CANADIAN STUDIES

January Sale at Tidewater Books

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20 % off Melissa & Doug,  (& 50% off M&D Christmas Items)

 30 % off Puzzles,  (& 50% off Christmas Puzzles)

 30 % off Calendars & Agendas

 50 % off Christmas Cards & Wrap

We’re extending our hours for Christmas shopping.

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Thank you so much for your patronage.

We will be open extended hours for your Christmas shopping convenience:
Sundays 12-5
Weekday evenings until 8pm from Dec 17-23
Christmas Eve 9-4

An Afternoon With Local Authors

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Photo: Author Event Sat Dec 13th from 2-4pm!

BOOK LAUNCH: WORKING IN THE DARK: HOMAGE TO JOHN THOMPSON

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Celebrate with us!   BOOK LAUNCH at 7 p.m. on Tuesday December 9th at the Thunder & Lightning Public House, 23 Bridge Street in Sackville, N.B.

WORKING IN THE DARK: HOMAGE TO JOHN THOMPSON

· 7 commissioned poems by Harry Thurston, Allan Cooper, Andrew Steeves, Matt Holmes, Amanda Jernigan, Rob Winger & Peter Sanger. 

· a previously unpublished prose work by John Thompson

· a suite of 10 duotone images by Thaddeus Holownia

· Introduction by Peter Sanger

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Midnight Madnesss, Friday Dec 5th!

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It’s Midnight Madness in Sackville on Friday, December 5th and Tidewater Books will be open until midnight with great sales! From 9am to midnight everything in the store is 20% off! Drop by for this fun and festive event!

Author Event with Kim Thuy

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Kim Thuy Reading

WHEN Tuesday, November 25, 2014, 4:30 – 5:30pm

WHERE Owens Art Gallery Foyer

EVENT TYPE Lecture / Seminar ORGANIZATION CENTRE FOR CANADIAN STUDIES

NOTE Kim Thuy’s enormously successful début novel, ‘Ru’, a story of migration from war-torn Vietnam to settlement in Montreal, won the 2010 Governor General’s Award for French language fiction, and its English translation was shortlisted for the 2012 Giller Prize. Co-sponsored with the Canada Council for the Arts. Everyone Welcome.

Book Launch for David Mossman

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Tuesday, November 18 | 4:30 – 6pm

Location: The University Club, Mount Allison University
A reception and reading of Professor Emeritus David Mossman’s new book ‘Going Over: A Nova Scotian Soldier in World War I’. Going Over is the biography of Titus Mossman, a veteran of the “Great War” who served with the 85th Canadian Infantry Battalion (Nova Scotia Highlanders) on the Western Front. This book blends social, political and historical issues of those turbulent times with the story of one young Canadian turned soldier, caught at the sharp edge of historymossman

Books will also be available for sale from Tidewater Books. Everyone welcome.

Organization: GEOGRAPHY & ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT