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Skinny

It was probably inevitable. Write a debut novel called Skinny, in which you do an almost frighteningly good job of getting inside the head of a young woman with an eating disorder, and people may make certain assumptions. Ibi Kaslik, the 30-year-old Montrealer in question, has heard it before, to the point where she anticipates […]

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The Memory Artists

The Memory Artists is a tragicomedy with a flip postmodern heart. Set in contemporary Montreal, largely in the neighbouring districts of Outremont and Mile End, Jeffrey Moore’s eagerly anticipated second novel deals with memory and its relationship to creativity. It also explores memory’s mitigating role as kingmaker of baseline and altered states of consciousness. Mnemosyne, […]