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Alexandra Valahu | Although the world Hernandez builds in her new novel "Crosshairs" has been described as sci-fi and dystopian, it looks a lot like the one we live in right now.
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Navjeet Sidhu | An absorbing and revealing look at the brutal conditions inside one of Canada's wartime internment camps, where thousands were imprisoned during the First World War.
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Shanese Steele | Simpson's new novel "Noopiming" is a healing journey of Indigenous futurism through poetry, song and storytelling.
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Sheila Laroque | Billy-Ray Belcourt's new memoir will have a lasting impact on contemporary Indigenous writing.
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Margeaux Feldman | Shraya's second novel explores how, while social media amplifies our jealousy and longing, it is not the root cause of these feelings.
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Alexandra Valahu | In her new book, "My Art Is Killing Me and Other Poems," Amber Dawn names abuses of power in certain spaces and communities.
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Christina Turner | Fiction, memoir, and other reads to keep you busy during this time of social distancing.
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Vincent Ternida | "Polar Vortex" is a psychological drama that tests a vulnerable relationship where two lovers who seemingly know each other are challenged by secrets omitted to keep the relationship working.
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Jessica Rose | Two new books reimagine power structures and the ways women can disrupt them.
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Christina Turner | What should you read this year? We asked staff members at six independent Canadian bookstores which upcoming releases they were most excited about.
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Jenny Ferguson | New edition includes episode cut from 1973 book about Campbell's assault by RCMP officers at the age of 14.
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Vincent Ternida | The Toronto-based author speaks about stories of belonging, home, and the in-between in her debut collection.