Dominique Fortier is an editor and translator living in Outremont, Quebec. Her first novel, Good Use of Stars (2008), was nominated for a Governor General's Award. She is the author of five books, two of which have been translated into English.
Is this cold December weather keeping you stuck indoors? These Weekend Reads picks are all about struggling with confinement in one way or another and finding beauty and meaning no matter where you are in life.
Rhonda Mullins is no stranger to dark and fantastical literature, having translated several novels within that vein for Coach House Books, including The Laws of the Skies, Little Beast and more. We chat with Rhonda about challenges with translating liminal spaces, Victorian literature ... Read more
Our exploits this week including literary recluses, war books, and more. Read on to check out top 10s, interviews, and book recommendations.
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