Austin Clarke’s The Meeting Point (1967)

2015-10-06T10:02:44-05:00

The first volume of his Toronto trilogy introduces readers to Bernice Leach, who has left Barbados to work in Toronto as a housekeeper in an upscale neighbourhood in the 1960s. She has left behind a son and his father, as well as a mother and a sister, and she is

Austin Clarke’s The Meeting Point (1967)2015-10-06T10:02:44-05:00

Katja Rudolph’s Little Bastards in Springtime (2014)

2017-07-24T15:12:31-05:00

In 1992, Jevrem lived through the siege of Sarajevo and Katja Rudolph’s novel considers the impact of such trauma, which extends far beyond national borders. He develops fervent opinions and beliefs based on his early experiences and the events witnessed in his family, ensuing losses and severences. HarperCollins, 2014

Katja Rudolph’s Little Bastards in Springtime (2014)2017-07-24T15:12:31-05:00

Cary Fagan’s My Life among the Apes (2012)

2014-03-20T13:15:12-05:00

One imagines these are the kind of stories that erupt from a phrase overheard at a restaurant or eavesdropped from a park bench. These are not the kinds of stories that come complete with detailed descriptions and backgrounds; it`s hard to imagine Cary Fagan filling out long character

Cary Fagan’s My Life among the Apes (2012)2014-03-20T13:15:12-05:00
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