Biographical

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Air Carnation

By Guadalupe Muro

Guadalupe Muro, recipient of the Raul Urtusan-Frances Harley Scholarship for Young Emerging Artists from Argentina, has always had her own unique way of experiencing life. When applied to her writing, Muro says she finally "felt like a dog deciding to be a dog." Muro's Spanish ... Read more

Berlin-Warszawa Express

By Eamon McGrath

Rollins’s Get in the Van meets Bidini’s On a Cold Road in an original fever dream

While touring Europe, Eamon McGrath wrestled with one of the biggest questions on the mind of any touring artist: should you suffer for your art? The pain and heartache that goes along with ... Read more

Blue Sunflower Startle

By Yasmin Ladha

Yasmin Ladha’s experimental and provocative novel weaves story, essay, and poem together in an exquisite exploration of the ways in which one can love a country.

Ladha playfully flirts with the idea of “home” in two geographically distinct sections. The first section follows ... Read more

Chris Eaton, a Biography

By Chris Eaton

Haven't we all been driven, at some point, to Google ourselves? And what did you find? That there are people out there who seem to have something in common with you? Dates, places, interests? How coincidental are these connections? And what are the factors that define a human ... Read more

Dancing In a Jar

By Poynter Adele

Based on a true story, Dancing in a Jar elaborates on the real-life love affair of a young couple who leave New York City to live in the outport community of St. Lawrence, Newfoundland, during the Great Depression when the husband, Don Poynter, accepts a management position ... Read more

Elizabeth of Bohemia

By David Elias

 

A sweeping, cinematic novel about the life of the Winter Queen, Elizabeth Stuart

October 1612. King James I is looking to expand England’s influence in Europe, especially among the Protestants. He invites Prince Frederic of the Palatinate to London and offers him his sixteen-year-old ... Read more

Entitlement

By Jonathan Bennett

A story about identity?about who we think we are and where we really stand?set in rural Ontario, this novel takes a provocative and honest look at class, power, male relationships, death, and the familial bonds that protect and harm us most. After a lifetime intertwined with ... Read more

I Don't Know How To Behave

By Michael Blouin

I Don't Know How To Behave combines the true story of Canadian daredevil and stunt driver Ken Carter (1938-1983) with imagined biographical elements from the lives of Canadian film director Bruce McDonald and Canadian poet Gillian Sze. Along the way, this quintessential Canadian ... Read more

I, Tania

By Brian Joseph Davis

America lies in ruins during an age of decline, despair, and death. The year is 1975 and a radical far-left group has kidnapped a young woman from one of America's richest families. Using the memoir format just enough to spin off into a crazed, bawdy, and seditious charge through ... Read more