Toula Drimonis' We, the Others is a declaration, with evidence, that allophones and immigrants do belong here.
Mairuth Sarsfield's No Crystal Stair is a story of love, grief, connection, and forgiveness set in 1940s Little Burgundy.
Freedman's biographical novel is faithful to the outlines of activist Léa Roback's life.
Marc Ménard brings us along Moranowitz's quest to stop Hans Wolf from irremediably damaging society as we know it.
Can’t Help Falling is an intimate and companionable read.