Gabriel Cholette’s debut memoir offers a dip into queer nightlife, the modern world of dating, and the many vices we engage in.
The small, precisely rendered moments are what make Kasia Von Shaik's stories resonant, familiar, and refreshing.
Neil Smith holds pain and hope in precarious suspension in his autobiographical novel.
Rana Bose's novel is an allegory of human nature, asking us to question the essence and roots of war and ideology.
Ann-Marie MacDonald’s magnificent fourth novel is a hefty read, yet never does it feel too long.
Catherine McKenzie's thriller will give you its fair share of twists and turns throughout.
Peacekeeper’s Daughter is Tanya Bellehumeur-Allatt's memoir about her time in Lebanon while her father, a UN peacekeeper, was posted there.
Photography is a prominent organizing principle of Rawi Hage’s new collection of short stories, Stray Dogs.
Don't Ask is a powerful story of a daughter dealing with her mother’s death and her family's past.
LOTE begs the question: who has yet to be unearthed?
Is J.D. Kurtness some kind of modern-day seer, or are the once horrid things a sci-fi writer could imagine now very likely to happen to us?
Kevin Lambert's novel is a gory, sensual, and provocative exploration of sex and violence.