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Penney Kome | Two new children's books from Tradewind Books are perfect for these uncertain COVID times.
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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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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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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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Vincent Ternida | The Toronto-based author speaks about stories of belonging, home, and the in-between in her debut collection.
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Jessica Rose | "Three Women" and "Just Pervs" each imagine a world in which women claim their sexuality.
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Benedict Cumberbatch speaking at the 2019 San Diego Comic Con International. Image: Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia Commons
Rick Salutin | The Brexit drama continues to rattle along, ever squirrelier. You can't take your eyes away. How do they manage that?
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Rohan Ghatage | Whitehead's new novel was spurred by a desire to understand the new American reality inaugurated in the era of Donald Trump.
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The Anglo-Boer war memorial in the grounds of the City Hall, Belfast. Photo: Albert Bridge
Deena Dinat | How do human beings respond to profoundly inhuman events? This questions is at the heart of British author Damian Barr's debut, "You Will Be Safe Here."
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Marisa Grizenko | Awad's first novel satirizes creative writing programs, but offers little in the way of a redemptive vision.
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Derek Mascarenhas | "Coconut Dreams" follows the lives of the Pinto family as they immigrate from Goa, India, to Burlington, Canada, and tackle experiences of community and love, as well as racism and exclusion.
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Tania Ehret | Megan Gail Coles's debut novel tells a story of violence and hope set during an epic Newfoundland blizzard.