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CollectionsYour library (967)

Reviews12 reviews

TagsToronto (796), Toronto literature (686), fiction (354), poetry (194), Toronto history (65), stories (65), Canada (37), memoir (36), mystery (35), history (33) — see all tags

MediaNot set (53), Book (913), Paper Book (847), Other (1), Microtext (1)

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About meAuthor of Imagining Toronto (Mansfield Press, 2010), which was shortlisted for the Gabrielle Roy Prize in Canadian literary criticism and won the Award of Merit, the highest honour given to a book at the 2011 Heritage Toronto Awards.

GroupsAtwoodians, Canada, Canuckistan, City-Related Books, Ontario Reads !, Reading Canada, Urban Fantasy


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Real nameAmy Lavender Harris


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Member sinceDec 3, 2006

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