February 2019, In My Bookbag

2020-09-30T08:37:09-05:00

In which I read, while sitting in a café, in a library and in various TTC stations. While longer volumes, like Charles Palliser’s The Quincunx and Andrew Miller’s Now We Shall Be Entirely Free, stay at home. Charles Quimper’s In Every Wave (2017; Trans. Guil Lefebvre, 2018) Narrated by

February 2019, In My Bookbag2020-09-30T08:37:09-05:00

Non-Fiction November 2018: Week Two (Stryker and Binnie)

2018-10-30T18:52:56-05:00

Non-Fiction November is hosted this year by Kim (Sophisticated Dorkiness), Julie (JulzReads), Sarah (Sarah’s Book Shelves), Katie (Doing Dewey) and Rennie (What’s Nonfiction). It's a month-long celebration of everything nonfiction with a different prompt and a different host each week. Week Two is hosted by Sarah (Sarah’s Book Shelves) and requests

Non-Fiction November 2018: Week Two (Stryker and Binnie)2018-10-30T18:52:56-05:00

Quarterly Stories: Autumn 2018

2018-11-21T12:48:47-05:00

Groff, Huebert, Moore, Smith and Thien Short Stories in July, August and September Whether in a dedicated collection or a magazine, these stories capture a variety of reading moods. Over the summer, I've chatted about some of these at length. In particular, Madeleine Thien's

Quarterly Stories: Autumn 20182018-11-21T12:48:47-05:00

David Huebert’s Peninsula Sinking (2017)

2018-09-19T16:32:36-05:00

Although I am always interested in the short fiction which Biblioasis publishes (thanks to the likes of K.D. Miller and Kathy Page), it was Naomi’s review of this collection which urged me to fetch a copy of this from the Yorkville library downtown. This is not my usual branch,

David Huebert’s Peninsula Sinking (2017)2018-09-19T16:32:36-05:00

Lee Maracle’s Conversations with Canadians (2017)

2018-09-17T18:56:43-05:00

It’s such a perfect way to begin the book, inviting readers to imagine sitting at a kitchen table with Sto:lo author, Lee Maracle. And because it is inspired by the recurring conversations which she has had, over the years, with Canadians, this motif is not only welcoming but also

Lee Maracle’s Conversations with Canadians (2017)2018-09-17T18:56:43-05:00
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