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Penny Chamberlain

Penny Chamberlain is an award winning, best-selling writer who has published three children's novels, The Olden Days Locket, Chasing the Moon, and Shack Island Summer. Retired from a career as a physiotherapist, educator and coordinator of a hospital rehabilitation department, ...

Jeremy Colangelo

A writer and critic from southern Ontario, Jeremy Colangelo's work has appeared in Carousel, The Dalhousie Review, The Puritan, and EVENT. He has a PhD in English from the University of Western Ontario, and lives in St. Catharines, Ontario.

Maria Cichosz

Maria Cichosz is a novelist and scholar of art, theory, drug cultures, and the history of ideas. She holds a Ph.D. in Modern Thought & Literature from Stanford University. Maria's fiction and scholarship have appeared in Critique, The Puritan, and on the CBC Literary Awards ...

Luke Inglis

Born in Malawi, Luke Inglis spent his childhood skipping between British Columbia and Africa. When not lost in the deep woods, he can be found at his day job as a professional book slinger. He lives on the Sunshine Coast in BC with his dog Floyd. Something Drastic is his first ...

Indie Reading Room: Heidi Wicks

This week in the Indie Reading Room is Newfoundland-based author Heidi Wicks whose debut novel Melt (Breakwater Books) is one our top picks this year for anyone looking for a story about friendship growing pains and the ups and downs of being an adult. In the novel, we ... Read more

Where in Canada: Orphans of Empire

Before Vancouver there was Gastown, and before Gastown there was New Brighton, only 5 kilometres east. Set in New Brighton from 1858 to 1885, Orphans of Empire (Touchwood Editions) is a deftly crafted trio of narratives that converge at the site of the New Brighton Hotel ... Read more

In the height of quarantine, I reverted to my teenage self: An essay by Hana Shafi

After a trip to see my grandparents in Dubai was cancelled—a wise decision by my mother—just days before Ontario went into a state of emergency, I opted to stay with my parents in Mississauga during quarantine instead of in my small one bedroom apartment in Toronto. In ... Read more

Indie Reading Room: Mark Sampson

This week's Indie Reading Room features Mark Sampson, author of All the Animals on Earth (Wolsak and Wynn), a satirical post-apocalyptic novel that imagines a world both like and unlike our own that has been severely depopulated simply because people aren't having children ... 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

Painting Time

By Maylis de Kerangal
Translated by Jessica Moore

From one of the most successful and original French novelists of the last decade comes Painting Time, a literary experience in art and perception. In 2007, Paula Karst begins her studies at the famous Institut de Peinture in Brussels. There she meets two friends, both enigmatic, ... Read more