Autumn 2017 In My Reading Log (Non-fiction and Not-quite-fiction)

2017-10-25T17:17:49+00:00

In which there is talk of true stories and stories that fall between the cracks of imagined facts and probabilities. Kyo Maclear's Birds Art Life (2017) Arranged as though composed over a twelve-month period, this would seem to be the perfect book to read slowly, meditatively. To allow the pages

Autumn 2017 In My Reading Log (Non-fiction and Not-quite-fiction) 2017-10-25T17:17:49+00:00

The Fold’s 2016 Reading List (Part Three)

2017-07-24T14:23:15+00:00

The FOLD (The Festival of Literary Diversity) is an annual event, in Brampton (Ontario, Canada) dedicated to telling more stories, to having audiences connect with a wider variety of storytellers. You can check out their lineup of terrific writers and storytellers who were a part of the debut festival in May

The Fold’s 2016 Reading List (Part Three) 2017-07-24T14:23:15+00:00

In the Wake: Books which Suit RIP X

2015-09-18T12:44:13+00:00

In the past, I've made large stacks of creepy reading with the RIP challenges in mind, but I  have a habit of stacking up many lovely possibilities but then choosing different books altogether later on. Perhaps this is partly because books can surprise you and take you in unexpected directions.

In the Wake: Books which Suit RIP X 2015-09-18T12:44:13+00:00

Marina Endicott’s Close to Hugh (2015)

2017-07-24T14:49:21+00:00

Like Anne Tyler, the only plot that Marina Endicott has is the passage of time. The events in her novels are ordinary happenings, but there is a delicious sense of unspooling when one falls into one of her narratives. Doubleday Canada, 2015 Close to Hugh is structured over a week's time and

Marina Endicott’s Close to Hugh (2015) 2017-07-24T14:49:21+00:00

Sarah Hall’s The Wolf Border (2015)

2015-07-03T09:27:42+00:00

It's an old term, 'wolf border', from the Finnish language: susiraja. The boundary betweent the capital region and the rest of the country: everything which lies beyond the border is wilderness. HarperCollins, 2015 Certainly Rachel does have to explain a lot about her scientific work with wolves beyond the

Sarah Hall’s The Wolf Border (2015) 2015-07-03T09:27:42+00:00