Dundurn Titles Showered With Media Coverage This Week!

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Dundurn Titles Showered With Media Coverage This Week!

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Toronto Life magazine Navigator, Top Ten Things column will feature Eberhard Ziedler author of Buildings Cities Life in the August issue. I wonder what he likes to drink, eat, and wear—all the things we want to know, but are too intimidated to ask. 

Jan Wong author of Out of the Blue was in the news after a decision was made with her case with Globe and Mail. Her memoir Out of the Blue, discusses the turmoil she faced with her depression and her battles with the Globe. Read more below:

Globe and Mail Jan Wong ordered to repay settlement after breach of agreement with Globe.

Toronto Star Jan Wong ordered to repay settlement after breach of agreement with Globe.

Quill and Quire Jan Wong ordered to repay Globe and Mail severance.

Legalfeeds.com law blog, When the cone of silence comes crumbling down.

Publishers Weekly encouraged “Readers interested in the history of murder in Canada will want to consider this book” – which book? Practically Perfect by Dale Brawn

Lives of Magic by Lucy Leiderman receives genuine reader love in a pre-publication review from Morphy’sbookblog.  

Traveling de World blog had a book feature of Route 66 Still Kicks by Rick Antonson. “Antonson’s book gives some good points of reference for making the trip and if you read it like I did, you’ll want to make this trip too.”

Road trip anyone?

I’ll bring the music and my copy of Route 66 Still Kicks.

Kathy Smart author of Live the Smart Way was featured on Ottawa Citizen Style article Toasting Summer’s Bounty: What Chefs Eat on the Weekend.

Lethbridge Herald states Rails Across the Prairies by Ron Brown “is an excellent book for browsing and research.”

Biz X Magazine  was enthralled in the Border City history in Riverside Drive by Michael Januska. “Revealing the history of the Border Cities, as the story unravels, gives insight as to what it was like to live in Windsor during that time.”

100 More Canadian Heroines by Merna Forster, was on Seaside.ca and Vancouver Sun’s minds after a disappointing realization that Canadian Women have disappeared from Canadian Bills— other than the Queen, but she’s the Queen, she doesn’t count.   

Quill & Quire will feature a snapshot, interview with Diane Young, Dundurns’ editorial director, in the August issue. How exciting!!

What a busy week of news worthy Dundurn Authors and Titles, Huh?

 

*blog post written by our intern Anoja Muthucumaru*

Dale Brawn

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014
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Dale Brawn

Dale Brawn is a law professor at Laurentian University in Sudbury. His previous books include Last Moments: When the Penalty for Murder Was Death, Every Stone a Story II, and The Court of Queen's Bench of Manitoba 1870-1950.

Ron Brown

Posted by Kendra on October 30, 2014
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Ron Brown

Ron Brown, a geographer and travel writer, has authored more than twenty books, including Canada&#8217s World Wonders and The Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore. A past chair of the Writers’ Union of Canada and a current member of the East York Historical Society, he gives lectures and conducts tours along Ontario’s back roads. Ron lives in Toronto.

Merna Forster

Posted by Dundurn Guest on October 30, 2014

Merna Forster

Merna Forster is a historian who has also been an archivist and park naturalist. A recipient of the Canada 125 Commemorative Medal, she has been discovering historical heroines from coast to coast during her travels.

Michael Januska

Posted by Kendra on October 30, 2014
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Michael Januska

Michael Januska has worked with books his whole life, both as a bookseller and for several publishing companies. Stories from Januska’s Prohibition-era Border City Blues novels have won two consecutive Scene of the Crime short story prizes. He is also the author of Grey Cup Century. He lives in Toronto.

Lucy Leiderman

Posted by Dundurn Guest on October 30, 2014

Lucy Leiderman

Lucy Leiderman was born on a naval base in Kaliningrad, Russia, and raised in Toronto. She holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Toronto and a Master's degree from Uppsala Universitet. This is her third book in the Seven Wanderers Trilogy. She currently resides in Toronto.

Kathy Smart

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014
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Kathy Smart

Kathy Smart has over 19 years experience in the health and fitness industries. As a registered nutritionist and personal trainer, holistic chef, and best-selling author, Kathy is passionate about teaching others how easy (and delicious) it can be to lead a healthy, gluten-free lifestyle! She lives in Ottawa.

Jan Wong

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014
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Jan Wong

Jan Wong is a journalist and professor. Her other non-fiction books are Red China Blues, Jan Wong's China, Lunch With Jan Wong, and Beijing Confidential. Jan divides her time between Toronto and Fredericton.