In Acting Class, Nick Drnaso is concerned with the vivid world of the interior.
Peacekeeper’s Daughter is Tanya Bellehumeur-Allatt's memoir about her time in Lebanon while her father, a UN peacekeeper, was posted there.
On the cusp of the fiftieth anniversary of Véhicule Press, a trio of the original “Véhicule Poets” reunite in print.
Photography is a prominent organizing principle of Rawi Hage’s new collection of short stories, Stray Dogs.
Martha Wainwright's new memoir formed an almost mythical chapter of its own in the author’s life.
By Patricia Gélinas Boushel
Back in the mid-1990s, English-language publishers decided that the Anglo literary scene could use its own publication.
Aaron Vansintjan and his co-authors argue that growth is at the root of drastic inequality on global and local levels.
Delaney shows deft control with intuitive pacing that seems to answer questions as they may arise.
Mairuth Sarsfield's No Crystal Stair is a story of love, grief, connection, and forgiveness set in 1940s Little Burgundy.
A graphic interview with Billy Mavreas about his new book, Next Time Around.
Freedman's biographical novel is faithful to the outlines of activist Léa Roback's life.
Julie Doucet talks about her comics comeback, a visually striking and riveting personal story.