8 Books to Read Before Election Day
October 25, 2022
With November 8th quickly approaching, the mudslinging TV ads are increasing, while my mailbox is brimming with insulting political fliers as local opponents face off. Personally, it’s enough to make me not want to go to the polls at all. Or pe...
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5 Horror Classics to Revisit Before Halloween
October 12, 2022
By: Christa Protano
Is it me or has the spooky season gotten even scarier lately? Shady skeletons, gruesome masks, even scarier movies … my neighbor puts a Pennywise mask by the sewer grates at the end of our block each October 31st — no, tha...
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So we beat on, boats against the current, with these Great Gatsby facts
October 6, 2022
You probably read The Great Gatsby in your, as narrator Nick Carraway might say, “younger and more vulnerable days.” But here’s the compelling story behind F. Scott Fitzgerald’s enduring American classic, now available from Canterbury Clas...
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June 30, 2022
As Pride month comes to a close, it's a nice time to reflect on LGBT+ progress. Two major public servants—Barack Obama and Ruth Bader Ginsburg—proved important allies who made meaningful change for the community, and we're grateful for their c...
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3 Pride Icons
June 23, 2022
It’s Pride month! And this means it’s time to showcase some of our favorite LGBT+ icons of literary history. Read below to learn more about authors of recent and upcoming Canterbury Classics: Walt Whitman, Oscar Wilde, and Virginia Woolf, who...
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