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In Honorarium, Nathaniel G. Moore compiles twenty years worth of reading other people's books, while also faithfully attempting to convey a sense of what it's like to work behind-the-scenes in CanLit. Always breaking from convention, Moore's non-fiction is imbued a sense of urgency, passion and intimacy with the community of creators that surround him; creators that include Derek McCormack, Sheila Heti, Camilla Gibb, Jen Sookfong Lee, Catullus and Chuck Palahniuk. Add the author's backstory of growing up anxious, escaping through literature and giving back to the community he sought out at the century's onset, as well as previously unpublished pieces on book publicity and Amazon, and Honorarium is a both a time capsule and a survey course into the ever-changing, mysterious world of Canadian publishing.
About the Author
Nathaniel G. Moore was born in Toronto in 1974. He has lived and worked as a writer and book publicist in Quebec, British Columbia, Ontario, and New Brunswick, where he now lives with his wife and daughter and runs moorehype, a boutique publicity operation. His books include Savage 1986-2011, winner of the 2014 ReLit Award for Best Novel, and most recently, the poetry collection Goodbye Horses. His writing has appeared in Toronto Life, This Magazine, The Berkeley Review, The Georgia Straight, The National Post, The Globe and Mail and Edit.