One of the great pleasures of Thursday is Russell Smith’s literature column in The Globe and Mail. A gifted fiction writer, author of probably the best satirical novel to come out of Canada, Muriella Pent, Smith takes on subjects that just thrill me, such as comma usage. So it was a particularly pleasure this Thursday, to make his column. Read it here.
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In 1984 I was a student at the University of British Columbia living in a shared house. One day my housemate, a fanatical reader, showed me some old scrapbooks from her childhood. These were her first reading logs, dating from … Continue reading