Missy Marston's writing has appeared in various publications, including Grain and Arc Poetry Magazine. She was the winner of the Lillian I. Found Award for her poem, "Jesus Christ came from my home town." The Love Monster is her first novel.She lives in Ottawa, Ontario.
The stars have aligned with our bookshelves to bring you reading recommendations based (sort of) on your zodiac sign.
We've got a roundup of five books for all kinds of summer reading tastes—from a page-turning action-adventure to the "Fast Car" of novels to a queer slice-of-life drama, our book recommendations will fit all of your summer reading moods.
This week we turned great flicks into reading tips, lined our shelves with a few books to keep the fun going after finishing our August Book Club read, got cozy with a quiz to start our fall TBR's and more.
This week we interviewed Missy Marston, author of our #alubookclub pick Bad Ideas (ECW Press), recommended a follow-up read to Cheryl Strayed's Wild, and shared poems and a debut short story collection. Also, ASMR is becoming official. Scroll on for that and more.
This week we took to the patio again for a bookclub discussion of Missy Marston's Bad Ideas (ECW Press), chatted with Bindu Suresh about writer's block, played casting director with Sally Cooper's With My Back to the World, and read The Nap-Away Motel, a debut novel that's The ... Read more
This week we contemplated decolonization and Indigenous Poetics with an essay from D.A. Lockart, introduced our August #alubookclub pick, armchair explored some Canadian trails, and queued up a Spotify playlist.
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