Nino Ricci reads at the University of Windsor to launch his term as the university’s 2016/17 writer-in-residence.What did you learn in school today? Sharing.
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☛Sleep makes the Toronto Star's Top 5 for 2015
☛Van Winkle's sleep site on Sleep
☛CBC Manitoba describes Sleep as a "dark but gripping read"
☛London Free Press calls Sleep "a page-turner bound to please"
☛Sleep ends first week at No. 6 on Hardcover Bestseller List and No. 2 on Canadian Bestseller List
☛Sleep heads Chatelaine's "Buzzy Fall Books"
☛Nino talks about Sleep on Canada AM
☛5 Good Reads from Word on the Street
☛How 5 writers survive the festival season
☛Nino Ricci on the origins of Sleep
☛Emily Donaldson reviews Sleep in the Globe
☛Domenico Capilongo talks to Nino on Italocanadese.com
☛The Globe & Mail's Mark Medley on Nino's new thriller novel
☛- Nino Ricci on Kafka and Sleep in the National Post
☛Quill & Quire gives Sleep a gold star
☛Phil Marchand gives Sleep a rare rave
☛A sneak preview of Sleep in the Globe
☛Quill & Quire on "Nino Ricci and The Power of Sleep"
☛Nino on sleep and the coming apocalypse
☛The Globe and Mail picks Sleep for Top 20