Chris Oliveros' novel has the potential to become a seminal text in Quebec’s assessment of its bilingual past.
Jillian and Mariko Tamaki's latest captures the loving but volatile interactions of three young people discovering NYC.
Éloïse Marseille's graphic novel is for girls afraid they’re wildly abnormal.
Lawrence Lindell's graphic novel is a journey through friendship, identity, and the power of zine culture.
In Camille Jourdy’s eighth book, she has found and refined her visual signature to perfection.
A random find in a free library box turns into a literary quest in Cesario Lavery's self-published graphic serial.
Nick Maandag's collection showcases his quiet, uncomfortable humour and ear for dialogue.
Barbara Brandon-Croft's collection of her long-running comic strip represents Black women in all their diversity.
A feminist graphic collection spotlights Indigenous women’s stories of fighting for their rights.
Michael DeForge consolidates all his strengths even while breaking new ground, and does it on a grand scale.
Flavia Biondi’s and Fabiana Mascolo’s art jumps off the page in vibrant, fluid storytelling, beautifully illustrating Cecil Castellucci’s Shifting Earth.
Kate Beaton’s graphic memoir chronicles her two-year stint in the northern Alberta oil patch.