Book Review
Allan Cho | Lauralyn Chow's new short story collection 'Paper Teeth' follows the lives of the Lees, a Canadian-Chinese family and their friends in Edmonton. Read this author Q&A now!
Book Review
Yutaka Dirks | Acts of sex. Acts of violence. Raw physicality. Shawn Syms' 'Nothing Looks Familiar' explores bodies and sexuality of today's flawed beings.
Book Review
Emma Morgan-Thorp | Are Canadian writers defined by their Canadianness? What is the genre of CanLit even defined as any more? Who should you read? Eliza Robertson answers all these questions and more!
Book Review
Yutaka Dirks | Doretta Lau examines the experiences of Asian-Canadians in her debut collection "How Does A Single Blade of Grass Thank the Sun?" and expands on her motivations for the collection.
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babble book club | babble book club's newest selection will be a 'reader's choice' of Alice Munro books! Our final discussion will be Friday December 13 at 2:00 p.m. EST in the babble book lounge.
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Kaitlin McNabb | Congratulations to Alice Munro on winning the Nobel Prize in Literature. During all this hoopla, we would just like to say 'thank you.'
Book Review
Jeff Miller | Lynn Coady's new book of short stories 'Hellgoing' resonates with the challenges of life and people's ability to persevere.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Author Cynthia Flood has just come out with a new collection of short stories. The stories range from left-wing life in Vancouver in the 1970s to the personal politics that exist within families.
Book Review
Jessica Rose | 'Everything Is So Political' is a series of contemporary short stories written by Canadian writers that is rooted in the question "What makes something political?" and subsequent answer "Everything."
Book Review
Yutaka Dirks | 'How to Get Along With Women' by Elisabeth de Mariaffi is a sharp and inventive romp through the intertwining aspects of power, identity and sexuality in relationships in supremely real backdrops.
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Kaitlin McNabb | The Babble Book Club's new selection is 'Godless but Loyal to Heaven' by Richard Van Camp a novel of short stories about the realities of Native life.
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Kaitlin McNabb | Babble Book Club will have the final discussion of all the opinions and ideas behind the question "what are the best Canadian short stories?"