Turnstone Press believes there is more to a good book than the paper it is printed on. Books are meant to be experienced. Throughout the year we are busy organizing tours, readings and other events for our authors so that you, the reader can meet and hear from the people who have written the books you love. Check back here often, we are constantly adding new event notices, maybe even in your neighbourhood.

Laurie Greenwood reviews Condemned to Repeat on CBC Radio Active

Book reviewer Laurie Greenwood stopped by CBC Radio Active on Tuesday, October 29, 2013 to talk books with host Portia Clark. She raved about Condemned to Repeat by Janice MacDonald, calling it "so much fun" and "a great mystery book, you have to keep turning the pages." She also referred to the Randy Craig Mystery series as "wonderful" and credited MacDonald with helping to put Edmonton and Alberta on the literary map. Running time is 3:18.

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Klassen and Dueck-Winnipeg and Mennonite World Review

Turnstone Press is home to some of the strongest Mennonite writers in Manitoba if not Canada and recently two of our books from Mennonite authors Sarah Klassen and Dora Dueck have received critical acclaim from the Winnipeg Review and the Mennonite World Review.

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Dreaming About Other Worlds reviews Food for the Gods by Karen Dudley

Dreaming About Other Worlds, a blog by Aaron Pound, offers a thorough and insightful review of Food for the Gods by Karen Dudley: "By combining the tawdry reality of Athens, where purging the taint of a murder within one's house would be done by first feeding and then beating a homeless bystander until they fled the city limits, with the mythical version of Greek religion, in which a collection of winged demons would show up and randomly wreck havoc upon the populace of the city in retaliation for a murder while the gods stood by and neither knew nor cared to know who the actual guilty party was, Dudley manages to paint a picture of how very different the world was much more vividly than she could have if she had drawn upon only one or the other." The reviewer concludes that "Food for the Gods is, quite simply, an excellent book in every possible way." Read the full review hereRead the full review here.

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