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Northwords is a cross-platform project that takes urban Canadian writers Joseph Boyden, Sarah Leavitt, Rabindranth Maharaj, Noah Richler, and Alissa York to some of the world's most extreme environments, to join the conversation about the north.



Introduced by award-winning journalist and radio personality Shelagh Rogers, Northwords is a collection of stories written by accl...more
ebook, 55 pages
Published October 1st 2012 by Anansi Digital
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Noah Richler is a journalist and non-fiction writer who challenges the notions of what it means to be Canadian. Richler was raised in Montreal, Canada and London, England. He is the son of Canadian novelist Mordecai Richler.

He has been a literary columnist for the National Post and regularly contributes to the BBC World Service as well as many Canadian newspapers and magazines.

Richler’s book This...more
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