Anya Leibovitch

Anya Leibovitch is a writer and translator based in Montreal. She has been featured in PeachMag and InWords Magazine’s anthology, Dis(s)ent, and is currently working on her first collection of short stories.

Reviews by Anya Leibovitch:

March 20, 2020
Every aspect of the book, from its plot to its construction, speaks to its title. The words are strung together delicately, reflecting on the fragility of life, questioning the purpose of this human existence.
October 30, 2019
Éric Mathieu’s The Little Fox of Mayerville is a coming-of-age tale that follows the life of Émile Claudel, a young outcast born into a small village in France in 1945. Although he exhibits many of the traits of a burgeoning genius, Émile is brought up in a traditional home where children are meant to be seen and not heard. Told through a series of vignettes of varying lengths comprised of both prose and poetic verse, the novel offers an intimate glimpse into the mind of a young boy who yearns to belong.