Ray Robertson is the author of eight novels and three works of non-fiction. His work has been translated into several languages. Born and raised in Chatham, Ontario, he lives in Toronto.
This week on All Lit Up: staff book picks for fall reading, debut poetry, Leonard Cohen, thrilling historical fiction, and more.
If you loved our August Book Club read Seeds and Other Stories by Ursula Pflug, we've got a few recommendations to keep the last vestiges of your summer full of the fantastical.
Things we're searching for lately: more snacks, more clothes that are the perfect blend of couch-comfy and Zoom-meeting appropriate, and enough good reads to get us through the rest of 2020. For anyone else seeking out the latter, we're passing on recs for 3 graphic novels that ... Read more
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