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Liberal Interpretations

Making sense of Justin Trudeau and his party

Clock Watching

The nuclear threat lingers still

Spending Power

Can compassion and efficiency be combined in the use of public funds?

Steven Price

Steven Price is the author of two award-winning poetry books, Anatomy of Keys (2006), winner of the Gerald Lampert Award, and Omens in the Year of the Ox (2012), winner of the ReLit Award. His first novel, Into That Darkness, was published by Thomas Allen in 2011. His novel By Gaslight was published by McClelland & Stewart last month. He lives in Victoria.

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Last Words

Ellen Seligman’s editing was a kind of alchemy—to the end, says the author of the Giller nominated By Gaslight, the last book she edited. September 2016
In the last year of her life, before her sudden passing in March 2016, Ellen Seligman edited two novels: Michael Helm’s excellent After James, and my second novel, By Gaslight. By Gaslight is set in Victorian London, and tells the story of the real-life detective William Pinkerton, some six months after his father’s…

CanLit's invisible hand

Ellen Seligman’s editing was a kind of alchemy—to the end, says the author of the Giller-nominated By Gaslight, the last book she edited July-August 2016
In the last year of her life, before her sudden passing in March 2016, Ellen Seligman edited two novels: Michael Helm’s excellent After James, and my second novel, By Gaslight. By Gaslight is set in Victorian London, and tells the story of the real-life detective William Pinkerton, some six months after his father’s…