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A Year in (Canadian) Reading: Claire Cameron

I was on book tour for much of the year. And when I tour, I read. I’m not sure how many books I got through exactly, but I read about quantum gravity, a few different translations of Beowulf, microbiology, and cave art. I read Elon Musk’s biography, meaning I can now more accurately predict the … The post A Year in (Canadian) Reading: Claire Cameron appeared first on The Millions.
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