History remembers some people, but typically just for one thing. In Kathleen Winter’s funny, new, and strikingly innovative novel, Lost in September, she turns this train of thought to a real life figure, James Wolfe.
“Hollett’s win marks the first time a collection of poetry has won the prestigious award.”
Rock Paper Sex: The Oldest Profession in Canada’s Oldest City is a captivating snapshot of the sex industry in St. John’s.
The Overcast’s Recommended Read of the Month … and 2017’s Governor General’s Award Winner for Fiction
Hynes’ novel, We’ll All Be Burnt In Our Beds Some Night, is a nuanced portrayal of a man coming to terms with the abuse he’s endured, and the abuse he’s inflicted on women.
Robert Chafe’s new book Two Man Tent isn’t a short story collection, a novel, or a work of non-fiction, but it borrows from all of these genres.
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Joe’s Hemorrhoid is one of the biggest villains to ever appear in a Newfoundland novel.
MUN’s New Writer-in-Res: Sara Tilley Teaches Clowning and Improvisation As Elements Of Writing Process
“Tilley is also working with a percussionist and a vertical dancer to create a performance piece that will take place at the Queen Elizabeth II Library.”
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“Bell Island’s Paul Bowdring revels in language.”
2 Canadian novels and 2 books of shorts to cover all your reading needs for the beach this summer …
“It’s a little more explicit in its descriptions and language used” says Critch of the Blaze imprint.