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Book Review: Finding Callidora by Stella Leventoyannis Harvey
By Karen McLeod
It’s your castle, your plot of land. It’s where you hang your hat. Home. Read More
To begin, James Walt came to his unique style of modern mountain cookery naturally, even organically. Read More
My Father, Fortune-tellers & Me, A Memoir (Italian-Style) by Eufemia Fantetti
Book Review By Jane Reid
In this haunting memoir, author Eufemia Fantetti takes readers on a wild ride through a childhood steeped in Southern Italian superstitions, family loyalty at all costs and the immigrant experi Read More
Book Review by Alli Vail
Small Game Hunting at the Local Coward Gun Club by Megan Gail Coles packs an intersectional wallop. Read More
If you see him, say hello.
Tell him I saw a heron in the park the other morning, on the bank of the creek, beside the culvert that runs under the railway track. I was so close that I could see the scraggy blue feathers on his throat and one yellow eye. Read More
American War by Omar El Akkad
Book review by Alli Vail
It feels impossible to write about Omar El Akkad’s prescient American War without acknowledging realities south of the border and climate change.
His novel spans decades but starts in 2074 America. Read More
By Andrew Pyper
A Book Review by Katherine Fawcett
The Homecoming by award-winning Canadian author Andrew Pyper is a wicked and weird blend of science-fiction, thriller, horror, and family drama that reads like a movie on the big screen. Or a nightmare you can’t wake up from. Read More
This photo—taken minutes before the Toronto launch of The Moon Watched It All in March 2019—is significant to me for a few reasons. Read More
PATRICK CREAN has been in the book publishing business for 48 years. He began his career in 1971 when he joined McClelland & Stewart as a junior editor. Read More