A former journalist and current paediatrician, Bindu Suresh is the author of short stories that have appeared in various literary publications. She studied literature at Columbia University and medicine at McGill University. Born in Wales, she grew up in Canada and has spent equal parts of her life in Saskatchewan, Alberta, Ontario, and Quebec. She currently lives in Montreal.
This week ALU Read the Provinces rolled on with eight more authors and books to discover. Cozy up this weekend with our interviews and picks!
At All Lit Up we know Canadian books to be compelling, genre-bending, out-of-the-box literature that we love to share. That's why all January long we're bringing you interviews with authors from every province and just about every territory along with excerpts from their books. ... Read more
Day FIVE of ALU Season's Readings are two debut book picks for the hopeless romantics who judiciously watch Hallmark holiday movies and know all the lyrics to Wham!'s "Last Christmas."
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 weekend, we explore the New York art scene, get tangled up in a series of love knots, and rage over home renovations. Pack that summer book bag and get lost...in one of our recommended reads below.
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