Nadja is a writer and a veterinarian. The Nap-Away Motel is her first novel. She lives in Toronto with her wife and their two daughters.
This week we took to the patio again for a bookclub discussion of Missy Marston's Bad Ideas (ECW Press), chatted with Bindu Suresh about writer's block, played casting director with Sally Cooper's With My Back to the World, and read The Nap-Away Motel, a debut novel that's The ... Read more
Get your Blundstones on this weekend and travel into the gritty underbelly of Scarborough with Nadja Lubiw-Hazard's The Nap Away Motel (Palimpsest Press), where behind the doors of the city's run-down motels, forgotten people dwell within forgotten places.
It's still Canada Day in our books! Our celebratory cheers today are for all the gorgeous, compelling, and exciting reads coming out of our country. Check out our list of books that celebrate writers in every province.
Because we never need a reason to celebrate cats, we're having a mewment with these clawsome cat-adorned book covers. Scroll on if you're feline this edition of Cover Collage (which will include no further puns, we promise).
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