fiction

Book Review
Aug 13, 2009

Hire me

Shane Patrick Murphy
A new collection of fiction explores the art of the cover letter and the angst and misfortunes of job searching.
Blog
May 14, 2009

The high art of literary resistance

Rahat Kurd
Get into the spirit of the Palestine Festival of Literature with samples of the finest in Palestinian fiction, poetry, cookery and crafts.
Book Review
Apr 30, 2009

Face off

Charles Demers
Winner of the Ethel Wilson Prize for B.C. fiction, Lee Henderson uncovers an underground combat sport, "the man game," and a darker side of Vancouver.
Book Review
Mar 19, 2009

Who killed Stalin?

Laurel Smith
The Kremlin Betrayal is a fictionalized account of post-WWII spying shenanigans which centres upon Stalin's assassination and the Soviet leader's obsession with rewriting history.
Book Review
Feb 26, 2009

Smoke and mirrors

Allendria Brunjes
Shani Mootoo, award-winning author of Cereus Blooms at Night and He Drown She in the Sea, discusses her latest novel Valmiki's Daughter.
Book Review
Dec 11, 2008

Breaking free

Katie O'Connor
In a world dominated by waif-like women and the need for more, Cleavage is a refreshing compilation of stories about strong, young women who yearn to break away from arbitrary beauty ideals.
Book Review
Dec 4, 2008

Keeping it real

Jessica Rose
Teen fiction often reads more like a Brett Easton Ellis novel than a Judy Blume, thankfully, some publishers are offering alternatives to these tales of hyper-consumptive youth.

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