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    Q&A: Tom Sandler, photographer to the literary stars

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      Margaret Atwood and Jack Rabinovitch at the 1998 Giller Prize ceremony (photo: Tom Sandler)


      Q&A: Tom Sandler, photographer to the literary stars

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