Michael Winter’s Minister Without Portfolio (2013)

2014-05-13T14:37:40-05:00

Readers familiar with Michael Winter's fiction will immediately recognize the contrast between stark prose and emotional intensity; in the gap between, the reader resides. For it's not as though Henry Hayward does not feel, but it's as though he has raised a hand to protect himself from the heat of

Michael Winter’s Minister Without Portfolio (2013)2014-05-13T14:37:40-05:00

Wayne Johnston’s The Son of a Certain Woman (2013)

2014-07-11T16:38:32-05:00

"The Son of A Certain Woman. You don’t have to have read Joyce to 'get' it. But it’s a touch more fun if you have." And that is because it is Wayne Johnston's "Joyce book". Which one might take to mean that it's about the Joyce family. (Primarily about Percy

Wayne Johnston’s The Son of a Certain Woman (2013)2014-07-11T16:38:32-05:00

Lisa Moore’s Alligator (2004)

2014-07-11T16:54:32-05:00

When readers look into the eye of Lisa Moore's fiction, they are changed. House of Anansi, 2004 "I knelt down near the fence and looked into the eye of a giant alligator that was very near the fence. The alligator did not move and did not move. I

Lisa Moore’s Alligator (2004)2014-07-11T16:54:32-05:00

Michael Winter’s This All Happened (2000)

2014-03-09T19:04:52-05:00

Michael Winter's This All Happened: A Fictional Memoir House of Anansi, 2000 Gabriel English was also the protagonist of Michael Winter's short story collection One Last Good Look. I realized this after I had finished this novel and felt a little badly. As though I'd arrived significantly late for an

Michael Winter’s This All Happened (2000)2014-03-09T19:04:52-05:00
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