Reviews

The Consulting Trap

The Consulting Trap

With a clear organizing structure, Hurl and Werner's book succeeds as a citizen’s guide to modern consulting.

By Noah Ciubotaru

Naniki

Naniki

Oonya Kempadoo's novel is a love letter to the Caribbean and its light-flecked waters.

By Val Rwigema

Like Every Form of Love

Like Every Form of Love

Padma Viswanathan's unclassifiable memoir of friendship and writing is both intimate and universal.

By Malcolm Fraser

Catinat Boulevard

Catinat Boulevard

Caroline Vu’s most ambitious book yet takes a bold approach to her themes of race and cultural identity.

By Olivia Shan

G

G

Klara du Plessis and Khashayar “Kess” Mohammadi's poetic collaboration is playful and deeply felt.

By Emily Mernin

Food School

Food School

Jade Armstrong pivots between trauma jokes, confession, and explaining how disordered eating plays out emotionally.

By Emily Raine

Here Is Still Here

Here Is Still Here

Sivan Slapak’s prose touches on truths about aging, family, friendship, and what makes a life.

By Tina Wayland

Portrait of a Body

Portrait of a Body

In Julie Delporte's latest, a colourful and bold ambiguousness holds the strength of the book.

By Sarah Mangle

Listening in Many Publics

Listening in Many Publics

Jay Ritchie’s second collection admixes an anxious, capitalist surrealism with the fleeting liminality of memory.

By Ronny Litvack-Katzman

The Calf with Two Heads

The Calf with Two Heads

Louisa Blair's book is a whimsical and entertaining collection of vignettes about Canada's first naturalists.

By Alexander Hackett