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Our #fridayreads pick is debut fiction from author-editor Andrew Wilmot: The Death Scene Artist (Wolsak and Wynn) is a surrealist spectacle that takes on the obsessive nature of body dysmorphia and gender dysphoria in a wonderfully weird and compelling body horror.
The origin story of GG-winning author Julie Bruck's newest How to Avoid Huge Ships (Brick Books) begins with its title. Below, Julie tells us how a mysterious book with an underground following aka "The Worst Book Ever" became the title of her fourth collection.
Peter Norman, author of Some of Us and Most of You Are Dead (Wolsak & Wynn), explains the use of the "terminal" in poetry, how this has inspired his work, and the process of wrestling with words to get at the clearest truths.
Today's debut fiction isn't strictly a first novel for author Manjushree Thapa, but her first time as a Canadian author and her first published by a Canadian indie press. A deeply moving novel about the lives of women and girls in Nepal and the ethics of international aid, ... Read more
In honour of the Thanksgiving long weekend, we've let be-chickened and -turkeyed covers free run all over this Cover Collage. And good news for all of you vegetarians out there: these books are meat- and egg-free.
Inspire a tropical feeling with a cruise-worthy rum swizzle punch, inspired by Kayla Geitzler's cruise worker-centred poetry collection That Light Feeling Under Your Feet, from NeWest Press' poetry imprint Crow Said.