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Write On Ottawa: Novels offer charm and heartbreak

Do you like horses and riding?  If so, Appaloosa Summer might be the book for you.  Written by local Ottawa author Tudor Robins, this young adult novel is about love and loss, healing and recovery.  At the start of the Summer Meg loses her beloved horse Major when he dies suddenly during a competition.  What […]

Future of Ottawa: Is there a future for local writers?

This is part one in our week-long series The Future of Ottawa (arts and culture edition).  In this guest column, local author Tudor Robins argues that this is a wonderful period to be an author, and that the current struggles of some bookstores and publishing houses does not mean you can’t be a successful writer.  Twitter users: […]

Apartment613 holiday gift list of books by local authors

Earlier this year, Apartment613 started the Write On Ottawa series to profile the great literary talent in our city.  With Christmas fast approaching, we are looking back at all the writers that we spoke to this year, as well as giving a sneak preview to some of the reviews coming in the weeks and months […]

Support Local showcase: Book sale at the Ottawa Public Library on November 23

The National Capital Region is overflowing with amazing literary talent.  To celebrate the great wordsmiths in our midst, Apartment613 has organised a book sale of local authors who write in English, French and/or Spanish.  The event takes place this coming Saturday, November 23, from 11 am to 4 pm, at the Main Branch of the Ottawa Public Library (120 Metcalfe) […]