Chava Rosenfarb's collection provides an important portrait of survivors’ lives in the immediate postwar years.
Michelle Syba’s stories carry a universal quality, encouraging readers to reflect on their lived experiences.
Balarama Holness' memoir challenges Quebec society's cultural, linguistic, and racial dichotomy.
Andrew Steinmetz's reflective, memorial novel is set in the Montreal music scene of the 1980s and '90s.
Valérie Bah's intertwined stories tell the tales of young queer characters from Montreal’s Black diasporas.
Daniel Allen Cox’s memoir is a captivating, richly layered text that dismantles any reductive ideas readers may hold.
This memoir of Montreal’s first Haitian street gang has a bold thesis about racism and policing in Quebec society.
Michel Jean's novel based on his grandmother's life is a love story laced with loss.
John Reibetanz’s poetry collection rewrites Ovid’s Metamorphosis with a distinct ecological sensibility.
An intimate and raw collection explores trauma, abuse, grief, and healing.
Dalie Giroux asks important questions about history, colonialism, and Quebec identity.
Julian Sher's historical tome shows the Canadian and Montreal connections to the U.S. Civil War, on the Confederate side.