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On the Night Table with Ursula Lawson

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Ursula Lawson

National Screen Institute program and development manager and YWCA Woman of Distinction

"I read everything. If I run out of books, I read cereal boxes. My night table is being swallowed up. I really like Canadian author Richard Wagamese. I've read his novel Ragged Company, about a chronically homeless group of people in Winnipeg who find a lottery ticket worth $13.5 million, and For Joshua, an autobiography he wrote for his estranged son."

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 22, 2013 ??65535

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