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Here is an explanation of the top pages at the Writer's Cafe.


The "news" page is this page which you are currently reading.


interviews The "interviews" pages feature individual audio interviews with an author about an individual book. Browse our interviews page which lists all our our audio interviews by book and author. Or, select a topic from our "Interview Topics" sidebar to browse a list of books by topic.

history wiki

history wiki The "canadian history wiki" is a forthcoming section which will be a Wikipedia-style section dedicated to books and writing on books and topics in Canadian history.

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walrus magazine

Walrus Interviews In the past the Writer's Cafe conducted interviews with writers of articles in The Walrus magazine. Go to our Walrus Magazine Interviews page to find a list of the interviews you can hear. Or go directly to the Walrus magazine web site.



Many of the interviews at the Writer's Cafe originally aired on "Cabbages & Kings", a one-hour literary program which broadcast for about 15 years on CHUO 89.1 FM at the University of Ottawa, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.


Press Releases

New From Gutenburg

Harold's Bride by A.L.O.E.

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Geschichte der Medizin by Max Neuburger

Language: German ()

Abaft the Funnel by Rudyard Kipling

Language: English ()

Essays in War-Time: Further Studies in the Task of Social Hygiene by Havelock Ellis

Language: English ()

Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte — Complete by Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne

Language: English ()

May Day; or, Anecdotes of Miss Lydia Lively by Unknown

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Looking Further Forward by Richard Michaelis

Language: English ()

Harper's Round Table, September 15, 1896 by Various

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Les dents du tigre. English by Maurice Leblanc

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The Origin and Growth of the Healing Art by Edward Berdoe

Language: English ()

A New System of Sword Exercise for Infantry by Sir Richard Francis Burton

Language: English ()

New York Review of Books

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