Non-Fiction

Here & Now

Here & Now

Queer Italian-Canadian story collection Here & Now offers refreshing new perspectives.

By Christina Marando

My Mother, My Translator

My Mother, My Translator

Jaspreet Singh’s new memoir, My Mother, My Translator, is a book full of silences.

By Jon Victor

Music, Late and Soon

Music, Late and Soon

Robyn Sarah's memoir is a personal journey as gripping as it is profound.

By Malcolm Fraser

This Is My Real Name

This Is My Real Name

Cid V Brunet's memoir is a smooth read studded with golden nuggets of deft description and clever turns of phrase.

By Elise Moser

Waswanipi

Waswanipi

Jean-Yves Soucy's memoir Waswanipi is a short but very readable and important piece of historic literature.

By Daniel J. Rowe

Made-Up

Made-Up

Daphné B. captures the clash between beauty culture and progressive values in her third book, Made-Up.

By Yara El-Soueidi

Montreal and the Bomb

Montreal and the Bomb

Gilles Sabourin’s Montreal and the Bomb recalls the time when Montreal was the stage of important nuclear research.

By Clarence Hatton-Proulx

Rebel Musics, Volume 2

Rebel Musics, Volume 2

In this collection, seven essayists write on a diverse array of intersections between music and politics.

By Malcolm Fraser

Recognition and Revelation

Recognition and Revelation

This collection of Margaret Laurence's non-fiction is valuable for researchers as well as more casual readers.

By Danielle Barkley