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Tracey Lindeman's exploration of endometriosis is as much an investigative report as a medical memoir.
By Eve Thomas
Michel Jean talks about the new collection of Indigenous science fiction stories that he edited.
By H Felix Chau Bradley
This collection combines memoir, non-fiction reportage, short story, and poetry – sometimes within the same piece.
By Aishwarya Singh
A random find in a free library box turns into a literary quest in Cesario Lavery's self-published graphic serial.
By Anna Leventhal
Gabrielle Boulianne-Tremblay's novel explores the protagonist’s emotional realities with power and depth.
By Nour Abi-Nakhoul
Nick Maandag's collection showcases his quiet, uncomfortable humour and ear for dialogue.
By Connor Harrison
Unpacking the Personal Library offers a prismatic lens on how libraries speak.
By Emily Raine
Tanya Standish McIntyre's poetry is rich with imagination and a thoughtful eye.
By Robyn Fadden
Soderstrom's Against the Seas is a compelling history of rising waters from throughout human history.
By Zoe Shaw
Readers who know Cohen’s work will take pleasure in tracing the paths of images and phrasings.
By Liana Bellon
Marie-Célie Agnant’s novel evokes the ways psychological violence permeates every aspect of life under a dictatorship.
By Bronwyn Averett