Originally written after the author had been diagnosed with a brain tumour, Testament is a response to the news that Vickie Gendreau would have little time left to live: about a year.
2012; Book Thug, 2016
The novel’s translator, Aimee Wall, writes about the work, a few months after its author died, in Lemon […]
For years, vaguely since I collected The Bingo Palace with a university course in mind (but there was never enough time to read all the books I planned to read for papers) and intensely since falling in love with The Last Miracle at Little No Horse, I’ve wanted to go back to the beginning of […]
First published in 1996, Marilyn Dumont’s debut – A Really Good Brown Girl – was reprinted thirteen times and later republished as part of Brick Books’ classic series in 2013.
In Lee Maracle’s introduction, she talks about keeping a worn copy next to her bed, taking good care of it.
Like it “was made of ancient […]
“Perhaps the most brave and honest review of After James should restrict itself to two words: Read it.”
Could be that Angie Abdou got it right, when she reviewed Michael Helm’s After James and concluded with this.
McClelland & Stewart, 2016
But she did a fine job of reviewing it in “The Winnipeg Review” all the […]