Manjushree Thapa was born in Kathmandu and raised in Nepal, Canada, and the United States. She has written several books of fiction and non-fiction. Her essays have appeared in the New York Times, the London Review of Books, Newsweek, and the Globe and Mail. All of Us in Our Own Lives is the first novel she wrote after moving to Toronto.
This week we warmed up with a borscht recipe, shared photos from our trip to the world renowned Frankfurt Book Fair, chatted with authors, and so much more.
Today's debut fiction isn't strictly a first novel for author Manjushree Thapa, but her first time as a Canadian author and her first published by a Canadian indie press. A deeply moving novel about the lives of women and girls in Nepal and the ethics of international aid, ... Read more
This week we celebrated Indigenous-authored books with READ INDIGENOUS, whooped and hollered for the Governor General's Literary Awards nominees, discovered new poetry, and more.
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