Susan Olding's first book, Pathologies: A Life in Essays, was longlisted for the RBC Taylor Prize, won the Creative Nonfiction Collective's Readers' Choice Award, and was selected by 49th Shelf and Amazon.ca as one of 100 Canadian books to read in a lifetime. A long-time resident of Kingston, Olding currently lives in Victoria.
Book people know spring weather signals new books—and we're ready for both! Below, we pick some of the books we're looking forward to digging into this season.
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