It’s been a busy couple of weeks for us here at Biblioasis, so we’ve got a lot to share with you.
On May 22nd, David Constantine’s In Another Country was reviewed by the National Post’s Philip Marchand who wrote “Constantine[‘s]… background in verse has helped him to hone a very lean style, with maximum effect.”
Over the weekend Russell Smith’s Confidence was reviewed by The Star:
“Thankfully, Russell Smith has no interest in the prevailing wheat germ ethos of CanLit. Here, finally, is fiction we can swallow for taste, not nutrition … Here, finally, is a Canadian fiction writer who admits that humans, even Canadians, have sex hard-wired into the DNA…”
Russell Smith also made some waves on CBC Radio One’s q with Shad yesterday. If you missed it, listen here and let us know your thoughts!
The North Shore News interviewed Shawn Curtis Stibbards who recently launched his debut novel, The Video Watcher, set in Vancouver.
And lastly, be sure to check out Alex Boyd’s “One Question Interview” with Kerry-Lee Powell, author of Inheritance, here.