Priscilla Uppal Talks About The White Collar Book on Radio Canada’s Bibliophile: Listen Here!

Listen to Priscilla Uppal chat about The White Collar Book on Radio Canada’s Bibliophile by clicking here. A contributor to the book, Uppal talks about her favourite pieces, Conrad Black’s foreword, how the book came to be and more!

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Macleans Article on Anthologies features the White Collar Book

Maclean’s magazine recently published an article on the upcoming anthology Desperately Seeking Susans, from B.C. publisher Oolichan books. To get some perspective on anthologies, Maclean’s talked to Black Moss publisher Marty Gervais about Black Moss’ recent anthology The White Collar Book: Poetry and Prose of Canadian Business Life. Check out the full article here.

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White Collar Writing: Bruce Meyer Talks About The White Collar Book

by Black Moss Press intern Jessica Clémençon On a train ride with Black Moss publisher Marty Gervais, famous Canadian poet and educator Bruce Meyer realized that no one had yet compiled an anthology on white collar poetry. He decided to take up the challenge, along with his sister Carolyn with whom he has worked on... Read more »

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The White Collar Book: Poetry and Prose of Canadian Business Life

“…the work of thoughtful, elegant, and accomplished anthologists and writers, this volume is a useful, provocative, and altogether pleasing read.” — Conrad Black Featuring a foreword from Conrad Black.   Unlike most countries, Canada was a nation founded by clerks and created on paper by professionals. We spend an enormous portion of our lives in... Read more »

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Judith Fitzgerald Highlights White Collar Book in Globe & Mail

The Globe & Mail‘s Judith Fitgerald featured upcoming release The White Collar Book (edited by Bruce & Carolyn Meyer, foreword by Conrad Black) in an article available online here. Here’s a sample of what Fitzgerald had to say about The White Collar Book: In this break-through anthology — trained on a time when Wall Street explodes with the fury of frustrated... Read more »

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