Canadian – where to draw the line?

I ask in response to a conversation I’m engaged in with Sequential Spiltink’s (and the Doug Wright Awards’) Bryan Munn over the Canadian-ness of books created by Canadians living in the USA – specifically Hal Foster – but also Cecil Castellucci, Bryan Lee O’Malley and musician Neil Young (re: the graphic novel Neil Young’s Greendale).… Read More Canadian – where to draw the line?

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Using Comics to bridge the growing reading gender gap

The Canadian Council on Learning has released research that in their opinion shows that boys are generally less inclined to read than girls and that when they do read they prefer reading fantasy, non-fiction and comic books. We’ve covered the concerns that others have expressed elsewhere about the falling literacy rates for young boys when… Read More Using Comics to bridge the growing reading gender gap