Nour Abi-Nakhoul

Nour Abi-Nakhoul is a Montreal-based writer whose work has appeared in The Cut, Xtra, Hazlitt, Bandcamp, and elsewhere. Her debut novel is forthcoming in spring 2024 on Penguin Random House’s Strange Light imprint. Find her on Twitter @nourabinakhoul

Reviews by Nour Abi-Nakhoul:

March 16, 2023
Gabrielle Boulianne-Tremblay's novel explores the protagonist’s emotional realities with power and depth.
July 8, 2021
Callum Angus's A Natural History of Transition is a beautiful and mystifying collection of stories that arrives at a time when it’s much needed.
July 17, 2020
Borderline is the first book by Montreal Francophone writer Marie-Sissi Labrèche. Released in 2000, the work won a cult following and went on to be adapted into a film of the same name, whose script won the 2009 Genie Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. Borderline is a semi-autobiographical narrative that follows a young woman named Sissi as she navigates Montreal in the late nineties, engaging in risky behaviours, struggling with mental illness, and reflecting on her traumatic past.