Mary Dalton has published four volumes of poetry, the most recent of which are Merrybegot (2003) and Red Ledger (2006). Her work has also been widely anthologized in Canada and abroad. Dalton has won numerous awards, including the EJ Pratt award and the Newfoundland and Labrador Book Award, and has been shortlisted for the Winterset, Pat Lowther, and Atlantic Poetry awards. She lives in St. John's, Newfoundland.
If you enjoyed Matt Ruff's dark and wondrous Lovecraft Country, David Neil Lee's The Medusa Deep (Wolsak and Wynn) is the electrifying follow-up for teens and YA readers alike.
I grew up watching movies and TV shows portray journalists as something akin to packs of wild animals. Whenever a reporter appeared in a scene, they would be aggressively shoving microphones into someone’s face and yelling unbelievably insensitive questions at them. And that’s ... Read more
"He went on at great length about the conspiracy theory he had been formulating in the last week while lying in the dark. All about how the universe was trying to kill him.
'The universe is trying to kill me.
'The universe is trying to keel everyone, Milton.'"
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Today's Gift Guide book recommender is highly inventive Toronto-based author Jean Marc Ah-Sen who shares his own gifting picks for "the exclusive NYRB Classics book reader" to "the Compleat Imbiber-obsessed epicure who refuses to cook for you."
Our annual Gift Guide Week is here, featuring hand-picked selections by authors we admire for all the readers on your holiday gift list.
Our first gift guide recommender is poet and culture writer Natasha Ramoutar who shares five choice titles for everyone from "the one getting ... Read more
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