Off/Kilter's Most Anticipated Reads: Spring 2022

January 19, 2022

Forget the snow and cold with these fire forthcoming reads for spring, full of the surreal and strange.The selections below make up some of my most anticipated and recommended Off/Kilter reads hitting shelves this season.

Stay weird and stay well,

—Your Off/Kilter Host, Leyla T.

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Prophetess by Baharan Baniahmadi (Véhicule Press)

Autonomy by Victoria Hetherington (Dundurn Press)

The Employees by Olga Ravn (Book*hug Press)

All Creatures Weird and Wonderful by Timm Otterson (Guernica Editions)

The Ghost of Suzuko by Vincent Brault, translated by Benjamin Hedley (QC Fiction)

Nightlight by David Barrick (Palimpsest Press)

Wasp by Rhiannon Collett (Playwrights Canada Press)

Lesser Known Monsters of the 21st Century by Kim Fu (Coach House Books)

The Loneliness of the Time Traveller by Erika Rummel (Inanna Publications)

God Isn’t Here Today by Francine Cunningham (Invisible Publishing)

The Agents by Grégoire Courtois (Coach House Books)

My Volcano by John Elizabeth Stintzi (Arsenal Pulp Press)


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