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The Dusty Bookcase

A journey through Canada's forgotten, neglected and suppressed writing.

  • By Brian Busby
  • Based in Canada
  • Roughly four posts per month
  • First post on

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Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Jul 2022 4
Aug 2022 7
Sep 2022 4
Oct 2022 6
Nov 2022 7
Dec 2022 8
Jan 2023 4
Feb 2023 4
Mar 2023 4
Apr 2023 3
May 2023 3
Jun 2023 5
Jul 2023 6
Aug 2023 5
Sep 2023 2
Oct 2023 6
Nov 2023 5
Dec 2023 5
Jan 2024 5
Feb 2024 4
Mar 2024 4
Apr 2024 5
May 2024 2

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

A Poet's Pulp Novel
The Winter of TimeRaymond Holmes [Raymond Souster]Toronto: News Stand Library, 1949160 pagesAnyone looking for a good story is sure to be disappointed. The plot is so thin, so unsurprising, so uninspired, that I have no …
On , by Brian Busby, 1,728 words
Growing up with Mother
MirandaJan Hilliard [Hilda Kay Grant]New York: Abelard -Schuman, 1960247 pages Miranda is the mother of two daughters, the younger being Rose, the narrator of this novel. Rose calls her mother Miranda, as encouraged by Miranda …
On , by Brian Busby, 998 words
Of Cannibals and Christians
The Great TabooGrant AllenNew York: Harper & Brothers, 1891271 pagesReviewing Gilbert Parker's The Right of Way a while back, I expressed my opposition to the idea of starting a novel with dialogue. "'Not guilty, your …
On , by Brian Busby, 903 words