Congrats to all who have made this year's Canada Reads Shortlist!
Winner of the 2017 Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize, David Chariandy's Brother is his intensely beautiful, searingly powerful, and tightly constructed second novel, exploring questions of...More Info
Eighty-five years of art and history through the eyes of a woman who fled her family – as re-imagined by her granddaughter. AnaÃ¯s Barbeau-Lavalette...More Info
Also included in the list is Montrealer Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette. Suzanne was originally published as La femme qui fuit, 2016, and has became a runaway bestseller here in Quebec. The english translation was done by Governor General's Award Winning Translator, Montrealer, (and Librairie Drawn & Quarterly regular!) Rhonda Mullins. Mullins has also hosted several events in store over the years.
By Chance Alone
In the tradition of Elie Wiesel’s Night and Primo Levi’s Survival in Auschwitz comes a bestselling new memoir by Canadian survivorFinalist for the 2017 RBC Taylor...More Info
Abu Bakr al Rabeeah, Winnie Yeung
Finalist for the 2018 Governor General's Award for Non-FictionIn 2010, the al Rabeeah family left their home in Iraq in hope of a safer...More Info
Shortlisted for the Hilary Weston Writers' Trust of Canada Prize for Nonfiction In this jaw-dropping, darkly comedic memoir, a young woman comes of age...More Info
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