Carolyn Abraham’s The Juggler’s Children (2013)


Less than a penny. That's how much it costs to read a single letter of DNA. Between 2000 and 2003, the cost fell from $1.50 to less than a single cent. "Suddenly DNA was mass-market." Random House Canada, 2013 Carolyn Abraham hadn't been saving her pennies for this

Carolyn Abraham’s The Juggler’s Children (2013)2014-03-20T20:38:07-05:00

BHM: Edwidge Danticat


"Create dangerously, for people who read dangerously. This is what I’ve always thought it meant to be a writer." So says Edwidge Danticat, in the early pages of the work inspired by Albert Camus' essay and, also, inspired by countless tales of courageous reading and writing and living.

BHM: Edwidge Danticat2014-03-15T19:11:15-05:00

Great Scott: It’s The Amazing Absorbing Boy


Rabindranath Maharaj's The Amazing Absorbing Boy Knopf, 2010 "Useless! Completely kissmeass useless nowhereian." That's how Uncle Boysie describes Samuel's father. "Your father was a big inventor in Trinidad, you know...[b]ut the only thing he invent was a scheme to get out of the island." But talk of his father's neemakararam

Great Scott: It’s The Amazing Absorbing Boy2018-04-18T17:45:18-05:00
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