Maisonneuve Magazine called Andrew Hood “one of Canada’s most criminally undervalued writers.” Both his works of fiction, The Cloaca (Invisible Publishing) and Pardon Our Monsters (Véhicule), received wide praise, winning him multiple accolades, including the Danuta Gleed Award. Hood lives in Guelph, Ontario.
Put those unfinished copies of War and Peace or Vanity Fair on the back-burner for a minute because the beginning of May means we're celebrating Short Story Month! Die-hard book lovers know that a book doesn't have to be long to be good. In fact, sometimes the best reads are ... Read more
Our blog was pretty much all poetry, all the time throughout the month of April. Since National Poetry Month only comes once a year, we tend to save up a lot of our poetry-related exuberance and let it out all at once. But we know a lot of other things happened in April and ... Read more
Sara Heinonen's first book of stories is populated with characters forced to confront unusual circumstances and hostile environments. When disappointment or disaster loom, they look to nature for solace, but sometimes nature itself is the threat. This is fiction that is fascinated ... Read more
As summer draws to a close, the leaves are starting to turn and before we know it, it will be winter. To keep the green in your life all year round add some of these beautiful green books to your book shelf!
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