Megan Callahan

Megan Callahan is a writer and translator from Montreal. Her short stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Room, Prism International, and Montréal Writes, and her book reviews are often featured on the website Québec Reads. Megan is currently working on her first short story collection.

Reviews by Megan Callahan:

July 8, 2021
What happens after the dust has settled? How do you rebuild a life that’s been destroyed? These are the questions that author Marie-Renée Lavoie explores, with fierce humour and compassion, in the sequel to her best-selling novel, Autopsy of a Boring Wife.
November 5, 2020
In the past decade, climate fiction has become a frighteningly relevant literary genre, with an increasing number of authors exploring the potentially apocalyptic consequences of climate change. In Fauna, first-time author Christiane Vadnais offers us ten interwoven tales about a world ravaged by pollution and floods, populated by strange nocturnal creatures and metamorphic parasites.
July 23, 2020
Kate Wake is Canadian poet Mariianne Mays Wiebe’s first foray into fiction. Her heroine, Katie, is a solitary artist with a troubled past, and we follow her as she delves into her memories and family history.
July 8, 2019
In Laurence Leduc-Primeau’s first novel, In the End They Told Them All to Get Lost, we follow Chloé, a young Quebecker who has just moved to an unnamed South American country, running away from something that is never fully defined.
August 28, 2017
In Sun of a Distant Land, translator Claire Holden Rothman brings David Bouchet’s heartbreaking and poetic novel, Soleil, to an English audience.