War and books: a historic literary view of military conflict. A double review by Dominic Stevenson

War and books: a historic literary view of military conflict. A double review by Dominic Stevenson

 

 

War is terrible, on both sides; always. If our god is with us and their god is with them then it can only lead to a bloody stalemate.

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JUNE EDITORIAL: TUCK, THE WRITERS’ UNION OF CANADA AND INDEPENDENT PUBLISHING

JUNE EDITORIAL: TUCK, THE WRITERS’ UNION OF CANADA AND INDEPENDENT PUBLISHING

 

 

Several months ago author Genni Gunn (Solitaria Signature editions 2010) invited me  to attend  The Writers’ Union of Canada AGM Onwards conference in Ottawa as a guest panelist. The event was held recently from May 30 – June 1 and my role was to discuss book reviewing with moderator and author/editor Ian LeTourneau, co-panelists writer and broadcaster Nigel Beale  and last minute addition best selling author/editor Lawrence Scanlon.

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