Welcome to the first post on our brand new, updated Toronto Writers’ Centre website. A new chapter is beginning for the TWC, and I, along with all our writers are very excited about it!

What are we reading this summer, at the TWC?

Ridley Walker by Russell Hoban

The Unquiet Grave A Word Cycle by Palinurus by Cyril Connolly

Less by Andrew Sean Greer

The Hesitation Cut by Giles Blunt

The Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White (written in 1798, this book has never been out of print since its first publication).

Bellevue Square by Michael Redhill

Butcher by Nicolas Billon

So, pick up a few books and get absorbed in them! Summer has arrived and what better time to catch up on all our reading, whether at the beach, pool side, park, on vacation, or just taking an extra-long lunch hour. Lazy summer days are the perfect time to indulge your inner bookworm. The world awaits, between the covers of a good book.

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