Serial Monogamy is now available in paperback. See contact page for book club details.
CBC Radio recommends Serial Monogamy for its Winter Reading List (http://www NULL.cbc NULL.ca/books/2016/11/the-15-books-you-need-to-read-this-winter NULL.html)
Kate spoke recently with Shelagh Rogers on The Next Chapter (http://www NULL.cbc NULL.ca/radio/popup/audio/listen NULL.html?autoPlay=true&clipIds=&mediaIds=2697320707&contentarea=radio&subsection1=radio1&subsection2=entertainment&subsection3=the_next_chapter&contenttype=audio) on CBC Radio (http://www NULL.cbc NULL.ca/radio/thenextchapter)
Kate answered some questions from other authors as part of CBC Books Magic 8 (http://www NULL.cbc NULL.ca/books/2016/09/magic-8-kate-taylor NULL.html) series
The Globe and Mail has published an excerpt (http://www NULL.theglobeandmail NULL.com/arts/books-and-media/summer-reading-a-preview-of-kate-taylors-new-novel-serial-monogamy/article31198868/) from Serial Monogamy.
In May, 2016, Kate won a National Newspaper Award (http://www NULL.nna-ccj NULL.ca/globe-mail-takes-top-honours-national-newspaper-awards/) in the arts and entertainment category. The award recognized the work of Kate and colleagues Greg McArthur and Jacquie McNish for a Globe and Mail story (http://www NULL.theglobeandmail NULL.com/news/toronto/crystal-myths-behind-the-roms-philanthropic-facade/article23653032/) about philanthropic donations to the Royal Ontario Museum.
Here is some information about Ellen Ternan (http://www NULL.theglobeandmail NULL.com/arts/film/how-dickenss-mistress-lost-her-cloak-of-invisibility-for-all-time/article16394812/) and her relationship with Charles Dickens that Kate Taylor previously published in The Globe and Mail.
The Guardian defends Dickens’ attitude to women (http://www NULL.theguardian NULL.com/books/2016/apr/06/charles-dickens-and-the-women-who-made-him?CMP=share_btn_tw).
London’s Dickens Museum opened an exhibition about Catherine Dickens (http://dickensmuseum NULL.com/blogs/exhibitions/100668038-the-other-dickens-discovering-catherine-dickens)
The unique biosphere of the Scarborough Bluffs (http://www NULL.theglobeandmail NULL.com/news/toronto/the-scarborough-bluffs-are-rarely-seen-but-theres-a-plan-to-change-that/article30020049/) puts in
an appearance in Serial Monogamy (http://www NULL.katetaylor NULL.ca/SerialMonogamy)