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Fall 2017 Titles
Award-winning author Xue Yiwei's long-awaited novel of three lives marked by traumatic events in modern China.
Mavis Gallant's comic play is set in wartime Montreal.
Feminist author Martine Delvaux on photographer Nan Goldin.
Literary noir by the inimitable George Fetherling.
Spring 2017 Titles
The fearless Stephen Henighan skewers Canadian culture in his new comic novel.
"Brilliantly captures the existential and alienated state that mothers of young children inhabit. Freedman's work is reminiscent of Rachel Cusk and Deborah Levy.” —Heather O’Neill, author of Lullabies for Little Criminals
When two sociopaths face off, someone is bound to die.
Fall 2016 Titles
"Mine is a true Arab love that clings and does not let go.”
Love is war, wrote Ovid, and this book is a battleground.
"Xue Yiwei is a maverick. As an admirer of his, I salute his courage, his stamina, and his love of solitude."—Ha Jin, National Book Award winning novelist
Quotas are essential for women to achieve parity with men in politics. What are we waiting for?
Spring 2016 Titles
Li Bai has journeyed across the world and perhaps across centuries. When he comes across a bag of money in a downtown parking lot, we also meet the delinquent who lost the bag of money in the first place.
"With Torp, Michael Mirolla once again demonstrates that he can be considered one of the finest prose writers in this country. This is a love story that reads like a mystery novel set in Vancouver in 1970. A fable, almost a swan song of the flower-power days." — Antonio D’Alfonso
“A tender coming-of-age story and a sympathetic portrait of mental illness that reminds us how life’s disorder can open on to unexpected joy." – Christine Fisher Guy
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