Beloved author and RCGS Fellow Margaret Atwood honoured with a stamp
10 days ago - By CG Compass
Canlit icon Margaret Atwood has been honoured with a stamp by Canada Post.
Canlit icon and Royal Canadian Geographical Society Fellow Margaret Atwood has put her stamp on all sorts ideas over the past five decades - feminism, animal rights, even our very identity as Canadians all spring to mind. Now the literary icon has gotten a literal stamp.
And though a cameo of Offred would have been a fitting tribute to the author of the immensely popular The Handmaid's Tale and its follow-up, Booker Prize-winning The Testaments , the traditional headshot won the day.
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