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Welcome to our Map of Literary Ontario! We're just getting started this month and we're very excited about how this Map will grow over time. Click on pinpoints to explore locations mapped by Open Book readers, our Curators (currently onboard is the amazing Julie Wilson, aka Book Madam), our partners and Open Book staff. You'll find information about each Landmark and a lively Scrapbook for each mapped place — please add your comments and stories (aka field notes), and related photos, audio clips and video! This is a community effort to map Literary Ontario and the more people involved, the better. We look forward to hearing from you and to mapping Literary Ontario together.

Click the Contribute tab on the Scrapbooks to share your field notes, photos, audio and video with fellow Open Book readers. If you are interested in adding a new Landmark, please email Amy.

TIP: be sure to zoom in on the Map below to areas of interest — this will reveal all the currently mapped Landmarks (some are layered in the same areas).

Ontario Literary Landmarks

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Coach House Books

Coach House Books

Toronto, ON

Coach House Books is a publishing legend in Toronto, in Ontario, in Canada and beyond. The best profile comes direct from their amazing website:

Gwendolyn MacEwen Park

Gwendolyn MacEwen Park

Toronto, ON

July 21, 2010, Gwendolyn MacEwen Park, a small island of grass and trees at the centre of Walmer Road Circle, one block north of Bloor Street West in Toronto, reopened in a memorial ceremony to erect a bronze bust of the late poet and author who spent most of her adult life living in the Annex area. The park originally opened in 1996, but members of the Annex Residents' Association spent the next fifteen years in consultation with the city of Toronto in an attempt to reimagine the space in a more fitting tribute to a creative genius. Finally, 19 years later, the park was reopened.

Owen Sound's Bookmark

online gambling appsOwen Sound's Bookmark

Owen Sound,

About the Bookmark
On September 2nd, Owen Sound received a permanent literary tribute when Mayor Ruth Lovell Stanners and author Terry Griggs unveiled a new plaque at the city?s waterfront. The plaque bears approximately 500 words from Terry Griggs?s novel Rogues? Wedding (published by Random House of Canada in 2002), depicting a scene that takes place at the Owen Sound harbour, on the exact site where the plaque was installed.

Scream in High Park Mainstage Event

Scream in High Park Mainstage Event

Toronto, ON

Books and wine. Books and tea. Books and cookies. Just about anything goes well with books. But one of my favourite pairings is books and outdoor readings. And the Scream Literary Festival has had that on offer for twenty years, expanding into a multi-day affair in partnership with publishers, authors and multiple venues, all leading up to an evening reading in High Park. Sometimes, it's sunny. Sometimes, it's buggy. Sometimes, it's rainy. But the stars always come out for Scream, the hill lined with blankets, picnic baskets and . . . grape juice.

The Al Purdy A-Frame

The Al Purdy A-Frame

Ameliasburg , ON

So we built a house, my wife and I
our house at a backwater puddle of a lake
near Ameliasburg, ON.

?Al Purdy "In Search of Owen Roblin"