Fiction

The Music Game

The Music Game

The Music Game is a compilation of short stories, yet it reads like a novel.

By Roxane Hudon

The Grand Melee

The Grand Melee

Michel Tremblay’s earthy yet tender perspective outlines characters who are vital, engaging, and imperfect.

By Danielle Barkley

Cock-a-Doodle-Doo

Cock-a-Doodle-Doo

Cock-a-Doodle-Doo appears to be about a writer's late-midlife crisis, but it turns out to be a story about something else. 

By Dana Bath

Firebrands

Firebrands

Marc Ménard brings us along Moranowitz's quest to stop Hans Wolf from irremediably damaging society as we know it.

By Sharon Morrisey

The Swells

The Swells

In Will Aitken's latest novel, a sumptuous cruise ship spirals into class war. 

By Emily Raine

The Hours

The Hours

Bruce Meyer's latest collection of short stories is a work of serious, inquisitive fiction.

By Emily Mernin

Undersong

Undersong

Kathleen Winter’s ravishing reimagining of Dorothy Wordsworth glistens with healing potential and gorgeous poetry.

By Kimberly Bourgeois

Manikanetish

Manikanetish

A young woman returns to her Innu First Nation village to teach high school drama in Naomi Fontaine's novel.

By Linda Morra

Fear the Mirror

Fear the Mirror

Cora Siré’s collection of memoir, stories, and essays reveals lives complicated by war, displacement, and immigration.

By Gina Roitman