Whose CanLit is it Anyway?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

In "Arrival: The Story of CanLit," Nick Mount offers an extensive view of CanLit, the authors at the forefront of it, and how the Canadian literary industrial complex works. Mount, a University of Toronto literature professor, joins The Agenda, along with a panel of writers and critics, to describe the genesis of the CanLit boom and what it means today.
The CanLit Boom; Honouring Ontario-Based Writers
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