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Sean Michaels' new novel is about collaboration and exchange – big tech with the arts, author with reader.
DM Bradford's collection is a cat’s cradle of echoes from pre–Civil War America.
Scott Randall's debut highlights the absurdities of the human condition through a day in fifth grader Darby Tamm's life.
Jillian and Mariko Tamaki's latest captures the loving but volatile interactions of three young people discovering NYC.
Eva Crocker's latest novel explores moving to Montreal from a small city as a queer person in search of more.
Erín Moure’s collection combines academic research and cultural criticism, intertwined with original poems.
Stephen Humphrey's book attempts to untangle the messy, ancient, multispecies relationships at the heart of plant life.
In Elise Gravel’s new book, a little monster tries in vain to fill their belly void with all manner of inedible items.
Grégoire Laforce's book follows protagonist Flo as she navigates the perpetual water cycle, asking: “Who am I, and where should I go?”
Luke Francis Beirne's novel is a romance and espionage thriller set against the layered geopolitical context of Ireland in the 1970s.
Casey Bell's book takes heavy themes and wraps them up in fantastical settings, neatly tangling them together through delicate, beautiful prose.