Friday, June 18, 2010

An open letter to Susan Antonacci

Dear Susan,

My name is Ariel Gordon and I'm a Winnipeg-based writer and editor.

I'm writing today to tell you that I really really liked that you listed McClelland & Stewart's Canadian Poetry 1920 to 1960 in the What's Inspiring Me This Month sidebar of your editorial in this month's Canadian Living.

There's a lot of very good Canadian poetry (and fiction and non-fiction) out there these days and I'm happy to see it in Canadian Living's pages, though I can't help but want more.

A Canadian books column? Interviews with Canadian writers?

Anyways, thanks again.



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1 comment:

Susan said...

Hello Jane,

Thank you for your feedback on my July column.
We currently feature some of our favourite books across all pillars — Food, Family, Community, Fashion, Beauty, Health, Home Decor and Gardening and try to profile Canadian writers and their books as often as possible.

In the upcoming months you'll find more on Canadian writers and books both online at and in the magazine.

We have so many talented artists in this country that we feel it's extremely important to let people know that they're out there and producing great material.

Watch for our Book Club story in our October issue — a true testament of how enthusiastic Canadians are!

Thanks again for your letter.

Editor-in-Chief, Canadian Living