In partnership with Winnipeg's Classic 107, we're proud to present our Classical CD of the Week...
The Benedictines of Mary's Lent at Ephesus
The nuns of the Priory of Our Lady of Ephesus -- the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles -- based in Missouri, sing the divine office eight times a day. It was only natural that they should record some of their work for close friends and benefactors, which they have done a few times since 2008. In 2012, a recording for the wider public was made, entitled Advent at Ephesus. It contains a mixture of Gregorian chants and hymns used during the season immediately preceding Christmas, as well as a few carols in English. The blending of the female voices gives a different, yet just as pleasing, perspective to this music, which is more often heard performed by male voices.
Look for our Classical CD of the Week display in the Music section of our Grant Park store to pick up a copy!Categories: Music, Winnipeg, Classic107
We've just updated our Toys & Activities: Highlights category with the latest -- you guessed it -- toys, activity sets, and other kids products featured in the March/April edition of our newsletter, The Bookseller.Categories: Site News, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Newsletter
David Carpenter continues his fascinating look at the development of Saskatchewan writing and writers in The Literary History of Saskatchewan Volume 2: Progressions.
Progressions presents another batch of erudite and entertaining essays on a variety of topics covering Saskatchewan's literary development, as well as tributes to some of the major contributors to that history, and a pictorial glimpse into the past.
Writers stopped using typewriters, and even moved beyond the Kaypro computer box for their compositions. The Saskatchewan School of the Arts was shut down, ending the Fort San writing experience. But the Sage Hill Writing Experience quickly rose to replace it. Saskatchewan literary presses found their feet and published important and lasting books. A wave of new writers joined the founders of the province's literary tradition. Responding to this growth in the community, the Saskatchewan Book Awards and the Saskatchewan Festival of Words in Moose Jaw came into being.
The Saskatchewan writing community stormed out of the 20th Century in a frenzy of creativity and accomplishment.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, New Releases
A bit more snow this week, because hey, why not? Fortunately there's plenty of hot book news and new releases this week to distract us. Read on and see!
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|> Fiction books||> Winnipeg Bestsellers based on this week's sales|
|> Non-Fiction books||> Saskatoon Bestsellers based on last week's sales|
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|• New Releases: The novel Americanah by Chimamanda Adichie is now available in our Literature section in paperback!||• New Releases: Wanna know how to get filthy rich? Then Mohsin Hamid's novel How To Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia (which was just released in paperback) is probably the book for you.|
|• New Releases: The Old Farmer's Almanac All-Seasons Garden Guide for 2014 is now available! Find it -- you guessed it -- in our Gardening section.||• New Releases: Why argue about God? Well, if that's your thing, A.C. Grayling's The God Argument is now out in paperback.|
|• New Releases: Kelley Armstrong's Omens is now out in paperback! Get it from our Sci-Fi/Fantasy section.||• New Releases/Bestsellers: The 1000+ page hardcover of Brandon Sanderson's fantasy novel Words of Radiance came out earlier this week. Clearly a number of people were happy to get their hands on this behemoth because it's already at #2 in Hardcover Fiction Bestsellers in Winnipeg!|
|• Literature News/Bestsellers: The final discussions and debates of Canada Reads 2014 took place this week. The result? Joseph Boyden's The Orenda was the winner! Canada Reads winner, newly released in paperback, our Featured Paperback for March, and on our Paperback Bestsellers for the week. A popular book lately, and for darn good reason.||• Events/Bestsellers: Last Sunday our Winnipeg store hosted the launch of Suzanne Rivard's Things I Wish My Mother Taught Me: 15 Strategies to Uncover Your Happiness. It was a lovely event, and helped push the book up to #1 in Winnipeg Non-Fiction Paperback Bestsellers of the week.|
|• Events/Bestsellers: Wednesday saw the launch of Decaf Coffee Dates: Stories and Insights from Winnipeg Seniors by Larissa Peck. The event was huge and produced a great crowd, and as such Decaf Coffee Dates is now #2 in Paperback Non-Fiction Bestsellers in Winnipeg.||• Events/Bestsellers: More fantastic event news! On Tuesday in our Saskatoon store and then on Thursday in our Winnipeg store we hosted the launch (well, launches) of Sam McKegney's Masculindians! Each launch held an interesting panel discussion and each drew a nice crowd. And in Winnipeg, Masculindians hopped up to #3 Paperback Non-Fiction Bestsellers.|
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|• Tomorrow, Saturday the 8th, find Marjorie Anderson and Deborah Schnitzer in our Grant Park store at 2 pm as they sign copies of At the Edge.|
|• This coming Monday, March 10th, Prairie Ink Restaurant will be hosting the opening of the next Gurevich Fine Art @ McNally Robinson show: Keith Wood's Inner-view. Any one is welcome to attend, we just recommend contacting Prairie Ink directly to make a reservation.|
|• Don't forget about St. Patty's Day at Prairie Ink! Specially priced Guinness, authentic Irish cuisine, and live Celtic entertainment (in Winnipeg). Details on Prairie Ink's website.|
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